03.10.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Pharos to introduce new Pilot MCR, Studio Playtime products at NAB

Pharos Communications, which specializes in broadcast process control architecture, will show its capabilities in providing Web-enabled workflow control from the desktop in the areas of tape library management, library cataloguing, video browsing, Web searching and print copy requests and automatic CD/DVD printing.

The new Pharos Pilot MCR enables full desktop management of broadcast systems. Pilot MCR integrates with the established Pilot RT networked-based matrix control system. An enhanced version of the Pharos Pilot Designer allows users to configure new device control displays. Two new panels for Pharos Pilot will be introduced:

  • Intercom Conference Call Manager interfaces to most intercom systems, including Clearcom, Trilogy and Drake.

  • Router Labels allow operators to label signal routing configurations from the touchscreen and display these throughout the system.

Pharos will also show its new Studio Playtime which employs the company's unique package playout concept. Studio Playtime lets broadcasters emulate on-air the look and feel of Internet Web pages.

For more information, visit booth SU8963 or go to www.pharos-comms.com.

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