05.15.2006 03:31 PM
Rhozet, Crispin join forces for transcoding

Broadcast automation company Crispin has entered into a partnership with Rhozet to provide customers with media transcoding functionality for Crispin's line of broadcast automation tools.

By adding Rhozet transcoding capability to the Crispin product line, Crispin will now be able to provide an additional level of flexibility to its customers that use various devices and multiple media formats.

The Rhozet technology will be integrated into Crispin's System 2000 suite of applications to provide a complete "any in, any out" automated media workflow. System 2000 is a suite of applications designed to provide complete control over an automated broadcast environment.

For more information, visit www.crispincorp.com and www.rhozet.com.

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