11.28.2005 05:10 PM
WSHM-TV goes on-air with automated Grass Valley Ignite system

WSHM-TV, the CBS affiliate in Springfield, MA, is now on the air with a new Grass Valley Ignite automated production system, enabling it to offer complete newscasts with a single operator.

The Ignite system at WSHM is now providing an improved on-air image for its new newscasts. The station plans to add more locally produced news programs to its schedule.

The Ignite system works in tandem with the station’s four Grass Valley M-Series servers (eight playout ports) inside an existing office building in Springfield. Signals are sent to a master control facility in Hartford, via a dedicated fiber-optic link.

For more information, visit www.thomsongrassvalley.com.

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