05.09.2003 12:00 PM
Liberty Broadcasting orders Chyron’s Camio graphics

Liberty Corporation's broadcast division has selected Chyron’s Camio enterprise graphics centralization solution for its 15 television stations.



Liberty's implementation will enable its stations to take advantage of content creation techniques and maintain corporate branding, while allowing each station to have a unique local look.

Camio, an acronym for Chyron Asset Management and Interoperability, is an architecture that enables template-based graphics to be centrally created, stored and distributed in a "hub and spoke" system. Liberty's implementation will enable its stations to take advantage of content creation techniques and maintain corporate branding, while allowing each station to have a unique local look.

Each station, as it phases in the Camio system, will use a mirrored Duet LEX system for 2D/3D playout, as well as a Camio server for asset management, local storage, and transport.

For more information on Camio visit www.chyron.com.

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