08.07.2007 03:36 PM
Latvia's TV5 buys Autocue QMaster

Autocue has sold its IP-based, networked prompting solution, QMaster, to TV5, based in Latvia. QMaster, part of the QNxt product suite, provides TV5's newsroom studio with a software application on the control PC that communicates via Ethernet link (among other connection options) with a compact QBox unit to scroll the script. QMaster enables TV5's news presenters to individually control their own scripts using a discreet local hand or foot control attached to the QBox. The Ethernet link allows the QBox to be located with the prompter.

TV5, which broadcasts in both Latvian and Russian languages, is an information channel for the Riga territory.

For more information, visit www.autocue.com.

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