03.09.2004 12:00 PM
Archdiocese of Chicago selects Teklogic for school TV playback system

Teklogic's engineering and integration services work has begun with the Archdiocese of Chicago to design and install a server-based television playback system to serve its 42 high schools in Illinois. Jim Disch, director, Office of Radio and Television for the Archdiocese of Chicago, said the archdiocese needed a system capable of feeding video to the schools from its central office in downtown Chicago. In addition to the master control system, the archdiocese required a small TV studio, an editing room and a radio studio.

Teklogic’s team of engineers is managing the project from start to finish. Once the equipment was ordered and delivered, Teklogic sent its installation team to Chicago for installation and integration.

For more info: www.teklogic.com.

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