12.19.2007 11:46 AM
Autocue debuts low-cost prompters

Autocue will show its extended range of prompters at the Broadcast Live/Video Forum 2008 in London, Jan. 30–Feb. 1. Autocue’s new Starter Series of prompters is engineered specifically for the A/V professional and emerging non-traditional broadcast markets, including smaller stations as well as corporate, religious and educational broadcasters. By trading off some of the features of its Professional series in line with client feedback, the 10in and 17in Starter Series retains the Autocue design at more affordable prices.

The Starter Series comes bundled with Autocue’s robust QStart software, a single-prompt, single-script software application for those who only require straightforward editing capabilities.

For more information, visit www.autocue.com.

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