06.22.2007 01:00 AM
Autoscript provides prompting for BBC satellite trucks

Autoscript will supply six WinPlus News software and XBOX USB external prompting devices to the BBC.

The prompting systems will be used to equip a range of satellite trucks used by live news anchors on location to link back to the newsroom's central electronic news production system (ENPS).

By combining WinPlus News software with an XBOX USB and lightweight 8in TFT monitors, portable prompting that is compatible with all leading newsroom systems is realized.

For more information, visit www.autoscript.tv.

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