10.20.2005 05:28 PM
CUNY TV adds more Pro-Bel technology

The City University of New York’s TV station, CUNY TV, has extended its relationship with Pro-Bel by adding the company’s Morpheus automation system.

CUNY TV recently upgraded its existing facility with the Morpheus system and a Pro-Bel ICON single processing unit.

The Morpheus architecture supports nonlinear playout of traditional programs as well as a variety of multimedia and databased content. At the core of Morpheus is the MediaBall architecture, which allows complex sequences of events to be packaged in a way that provides simple presentation to the operator and easy manipulation within a schedule.

For more information, visit www.pro-bel.com.

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