09.19.2007 08:37 AM
RTÉ moves to all-digital workflow with Avid Interplay

Ireland’s public service broadcaster, Radio Telefís Éireann (RTÉ), is replacing its tape-based production infrastructure with an end-to-end Avid digital workflow based around the Interplay nonlinear workflow engine, tied to the Unity ISIS shared-storage system.

RTÉ will employ the new workflow to produce and publish a wide variety of content — including news, promotional spots, sports and long-form programming — to multiple distribution platforms. In addition to Avid Interplay, the multimillion dollar RTÉ purchase includes a Unity ISIS system with 80TB of storage and 26 AirSpeed systems for ingest and playout. A large number of Avid desktop systems are also part of the deal, including 12 NewsCutter Adrenaline editing systems and eight NewsCutter XP systems with Avid Mojo SDI hardware.

For more information, visit www.avid.com.

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