02.04.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Twin Cities Public Television deploys Omneon media servers

With its open architecture, Omneon’s Media Server System supports an array of third-party applications for control and transmission.

Twin Cities Public Television (TPT) has deployed the Omneon SPECTRUM media server system and Florical's broadcast automation to ingest content recorded during local legislature sessions and from PBS promotional feeds, and to access those files directly with Final Cut Pro editing systems.

The Omneon server system's ability to interface with new and existing broadcast systems over TPT's local area network and compatibility with standard NLE file formats has enabled the facility to shift its production activities to a tapeless environment.

As a result, every producer can view ingested and finished products stored on the Omneon SPECTRUM server from any PC in the building.

For more information, visit: www.omneon.com.

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