11.13.2006 09:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Broadcast Pix delivers switcher to Kansas City’s Baptist Temple

Broadcast Pix announced that Baptist Temple of Kansas City has installed its model 2000 switcher for the church’s broadcast television projects.

Broadcast Pix includes a built-in Inscriber character generator, four-hour clip store and monitoring. The 2000 switcher system accepts 22 inputs, which combine eight video inputs in the breakout box, with 14 more video and key inputs in the workstation for clips, graphics and animations. A switching matrix ties together broadcast and computer video.

Baptist Temple of Kansas City will use the new switcher to produce a weekly Sunday morning program on local MyNetworkTV affiliate KSMO-TV (terrestrial Channel 62) that is also seen on regional cable outlets. The facility also produces Spanish language programming for a local cable access channel.

The facility also expects to use Broadcast Pix for digital and HDTV productions in the future, and is currently investigating webcasting opportunities.

For more information, visit www.broadcastpix.com.

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