05.01.2008 09:49 AM
NVISION adds five cities to Advanced Technology Roadshow

NVISION will take its HD-ready router, router control, master control and modular signal processing systems on the road to broadcasters May 6 through June 19 in five additional locations.

The 2008 Advanced Technology Roadshow, which began in January, gives broadcasters hands-on demonstrations of the new technology and shows them how to migrate from analog to digital broadcasting in a cohesive, highly scaleable manner.

The five additional cities to be visited include: Phoenix, Detroit, Raleigh/Durham, NC, Philadelphia and Dallas.

For more information, visit http://www.nvision.tv/roadshow2008.



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