10.07.2005 04:25 PM
SeaChange outfits China’s first HDTV broadcaster

China’s first high-definition broadcast television service is now on-the-air. China Central Television (CCTV) has launched a channel of sports, movies and other HD programming using video systems by SeaChange International.

CCTV first deployed SeaChange systems in 2004 to launch its 24-channel standard definition television service, which is transmitted globally via satellite. In 2008, CCTV will produce and originate complete Olympics coverage for China and the world.

For more information, visit www.schange.com.

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