12.27.2005 03:37 PM
WWTV streamlines operations with Avid digital news production technology

WWTV-TV in Michigan has selected an Avid digital production system as part of a digital conversion of its news operations. The station is replacing its tape-based systems with an all-digital solution.

WWTV's new end-to-end production environment consists of the Avid Unity for News shared-storage system with MediaManager software; seven Avid NewsCutter XP systems and a NewsCutter Adrenaline nonlinear news editing system for craft news editing; the Avid iNEWS newsroom computer system for automation; MediaStream for commercial playout; and an Avid AirSpeed video server for news ingest and playout. WWTV currently uses an Avid Media Composer Adrenaline and Avid DS Nitris system for editing promotions and long-form features.

For more information, visit www.avid.com.

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