03.20.2006 03:10 PM
WTVR-TV upgrades with Pro-Bel router


The Pro-Bel Sirius router offers analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion, providing seamless integration between the two formats.
WTVR, a CBS affiliate in Richmond, VA, has installed a new Pro-Bel router system as part of a major facility upgrade.

The station purchased a Pro-Bel Sirius 128 x 128 video router and a Freeway 128 x 128 audio router. Both offer analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion within the router, providing integration between the two formats.

In addition, WTVR has purchased and installed the Procion workflow toolset. This provides enhanced remote, PC-based router control as well as the ability to manage a wide range of technologies in the broadcast chain. It can also be operated via a Web browser to provide further platform independence.

For more information, visit www.pro-bel.com.

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