01.06.2004 12:00 PM
Grass Valley scores major win with Canadian sportscaster

The Score Television Network will add six NewsEdit nonlinear editing systems to its operation significantly increasing the speed and productivity of its workflow.

The Score Television Network, a national 24-hour sports channel based in Toronto, Canada, placed an order in mid-December for Grass Valley Digital News Production Solution products from Thomson.

The Score Television Network serves 5.5 million cable and satellite TV viewers across Canada and has been an end-to-end true nonlinear Digital Television Network since its launch in May 1997.

The network will add 10 Grass Valley FeedClip systems and six Grass Valley NewsEdit nonlinear editing systems to its operation, significantly increasing the speed and productivity of its workflow.

Specifically, the network will use the new digital news production equipment to increase efficiency and reduce its sports highlight packages' time to air from the current six minutes after an event to about three minutes. The equipment will also facilitate the production of more than 20 hours of highlight programming and sports news per day.

For more information, please visit: www.thomsongrassvalley.com.

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