03.08.2006 03:46 PM
WMFE-TV adopts Sundance Digital's Titan software and service package

When WMFE-TV, the PBS affiliate in Orlando evaluated automation systems as part of its master control upgrade, the ongoing costs for annual technical support were of critical concern. While all broadcasters want to control spending, PBS stations work on fixed budgets and must control operating costs.

WMFE-TV opted for Sundance Titan automation, which currently drives seven channels and controls a SeaChange video server, an Nvision router, four BitLink satellite IRDs, six Motorola 4800 series IRDs and six VertigoXmedias.

For more information, see www.SundanceDigital.com.

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