09.22.2005 12:38 AM
Autoscript introduces Go-Prompt 12

At IBC2005, Autoscript unveiled its Go-Prompt 12, a new self-contained prompter that’s well-suited for on-location programming.

The Go-Prompt 12 can be set up swiftly with file import via a USB Flash Drive. Unlike traditional location prompters, the Go-Prompt 12 can operate without a laptop.

Autoscript also showed its new TallyPlus, a cue light that sits on the front of cameras and changes from green to red to indicate which camera is live. TallyPlus easily fits on all standard Autoscript prompters.

For more information, visit www.autoscript.tv.

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