01.24.2006 02:45 PM
365 Media adds new channels with Pebble Beach

365 Media has added three new channels to its existing Pebble Beach Neptune system for the transmission of Sirkus, a teenage channel, NFS news channel, which went live in the autumn of 2005. The channel will soon be followed by a children’s channel.

The Neptune system has been handling the playout of PoppTiVi, the company’s interactive music channel since September 2004. The new facility uses server technology allowing for improved workflows and efficiencies. The Neptune system controls an Omneon server, VTRs, Screen Subtitling subtitler, Pixel Power Clarity character generator and two Network Electronics routing switchers.

For more information, visit www.pebble.tv.

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