08.08.2005 08:00 AM
A-Channel goes live with OverDrive


Using the Ross LiveLink MOS interface to the News Room Control System, OverDrive automatically cues and brings to air the resources for each shot in A-Channel’s rundown.

CHUM Television's A-Channel in Barrie, Ontario, is using the Ross Video OverDrive Production Control System with the Synergy digital production switcher for live news programming.

A-Channel controls the production of news programming and live updates with OverDrive. The productions are complex, fast and include live remote feeds. Using the Ross LiveLink MOS interface to the News Room Control System, OverDrive automatically cues and brings to air the resources for each shot in the rundown.

The system provides touch-screen control over the devices used in a production environment. The system integrates with the Ross Synergy SD and MD/X series of production switchers.

For more information, visit www.rossvideo.com.

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