10.07.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Turner chooses Pro-Bel Morpheus

Pro-Bel Morpheus automation at Turner Europe master control.

Pro-Bel has announced that Turner Entertainment Networks International (TENIL) has selected core technology from the company for the construction of its new playout facility.

Based in the heart of London, the purpose-designed new facility will see TENIL bring its playout and transmission activities in-house, bringing the UK-based operation into line with other Turner facilities. The new operation covers services transmitted to Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The services involved are Cartoon Network, Boomerang, Toonami and TCM (Turner Classic Movies), spread out over a number of configurations and feeds.

TENIL has selected Morpheus automation from Pro-Bel with the media management solution including an interface to TransMedia Dynamics (TMD), developed with TMD as part of the Morpheus Partner Program. TENIL has also chosen Sirius routers, TX520 master control and Aurora router control.

The Morpheus architecture supports non-linear playout of not only conventional material, but a wide range of multi-media and data-based content. At the core of Morpheus is the MediaBall concept, allowing complex sequences of events to be packaged in a way that provides simple presentation to an operator and easy manipulation within a schedule.

For more information, visit www.pro-bel.com.

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