Broadcast, a UK rental, sales, project solutions and systems integration company, has selected an extensive range of Tektronix waveform monitors to provide content verification capabilities in support of the 2006 World Cup.
Gearhouse Broadcast will serve as a principal partner in providing technical production facilities to the host broadcaster in 12 cities throughout Germany for the 2006 World Cup. The company has purchased a total of more than 50 Tektronix WFM700M and WFM601E waveform monitors for use during the broadcasts.
The Tektronix WFM700 Series multiformat, multi-standard waveform monitors offer the monitoring and measurement capabilities needed in the production, post-production, distribution, and transmission of HD and SD digital video and audio content.
The WFM601A is an operational monitor useful to the graphics workstation, telecine or camera setup operator.
For more information, visit www.tektronix.com.
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