System.NullReferenceException: Object reference not set to an instance of an object. at DotNetNuke.Framework.DefaultPage.OnLoad(EventArgs e) in e:\websites\tvtechnology.com\public_html\Default.aspx.cs:line 791 Connecticut Public Broadcasting selects A.F. Associates for new facility | TvTechnology

Connecticut Public Broadcasting selects A.F. Associates for new facility

April 10, 2005


The CPB’s new Network Operations Center includes a master control suite (pictured) and two studios with Sony HD cameras, a MVS-8000 HD switcher and HDCAM HDWM2000 tape machines.
Connecticut Public Broadcasting (CPB) recently went online from a new broadcast operations center, designed and built by A.F. Associates.

CPB, made up of Connecticut Public Television (CPTV) and WNPR-Connecticut Public Radio, was able to incorporate legacy equipment into the new design, which supports HD broadcast and production. A.F. also designed a new, all-digital infrastructure for WNPR.

The new SD/HD Network Operations Center (NOC) houses all the racks for CPTV’s core technical systems, with room for future expansion. The NOC includes eight technical areas: master control; uplink/RF control; ingest/VTR dubbing; camera shading; automation, servers and archive; routing, patching and quality control; MATV headend; and the infrastructure for the WNPR radio systems.

Related Articles

KVHF 4.1 Launches New Program Guide

2015 Copa America Broadcast Supported by LiveU

SmallHD 500 Series Adds New Features

The new facility also features two studios with Sony HDC930 HD cameras, a three-tiered, MVS-8000 HD switcher in the production control room, and HDCAM HDWM2000 tape machines with multiple-format playback capability.

For more information, visit www.afassoc.com.

Back to the top


Receive regular news and technology updates.
Sign up for our free newsletter here.

Comments

Twitter