04.05.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Gee Broadcast partners Dalet for newsroom solutions

Gee Broadcast and Dalet Digital Media Systems are now partners.

Gee Broadcast manufactures the Geevs range of broadcast video servers. Dalet provides the DaletPlus News Suite solution for TV newsrooms. The partnership will provide close integration between these systems to enhance the capabilities of both companies' product ranges. Work on the integration is already in progress from both sides.

A demonstration facility, being set up at Gee Broadcast's facility in Basingstoke, will allow prospective customers to view and evaluate the benefits of this solution.

The Geevs range of servers has already found many applications from Sports and News to Light Entertainment and Channel Play-out. The open architecture of Geevs allows easy integration with other systems to provide flexible and cost effective solutions.

DaletPlus News Suite for TV news production provides a full end-to-end solution, but is modular to let users create a system to meet their specific requirements. DaletPlus allows journalists to work with text, audio and video, photos and news feeds on a common interface, with tools to interface to teleprompters, character generators and other TV equipment.

Now, using Geevs servers, rundowns can be transferred for play-out at any time or updated with late breaking stories in a streamlined way. This gives journalists more time to prepare their stories and ensure they get the best impact from each News program.

For more information visit http://www.geebroadcast.co.uk/.

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