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10.19.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
KAKM-TV automates path to HD with Sundance Digital Titan

KAKM-TV in Anchorage, AK, has upgraded its Sundance Digital Titan automation system as part of a major facility overhaul that includes a new master control operation and digital infrastructure to increase its channel count and broadcast in HD.

KAKM-TV chose a three-channel Titan system that includes a full-featured version of Sundance Digital’s Intelli-Sat for automated satellite-feed recording.

Three list processors handle one HD and two SD channels, one of which is simulcast on an NTSC transmitter. The system includes an upgraded SeaChange server, Masstech MassStore, a nearline, archive and content management solution and an advanced interface with Myers ProTrack traffic software designed specifically for PBS and other non-commercial stations.

Titan accommodates high channel count, server-based facilities, as well as geographically dispersed centralcasting operations.

For more information, visit www.sundancedigital.com.

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