03.23.2006 01:44 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Comprompter to unveil new VC-1 version of NetVid

At NAB2006, Comprompter will rollout several enhancements and upgrades to its products, including the VC-1 version of NetVid Internet News Publishing for automatic posting of newscasts to Web sites.

The new VC-1 version automatically strips commercial breaks and can be fine-tuned to modify scripts and tweak each story’s automatically marked in and out points. Once posted to a station Web site, text conforms to the station’s layout, colors and styles and includes or excludes selected script information.

The company also will show a new Internet version of its stand-alone SchoolMaster Closings and Cancellations system, an automatic Interactive Internet system requiring no staff time or intervention to gather and air weather related delays and closing via a character generator or on a station home page.

Comprompter also will introduce a new stand-alone Microsoft Windows version of it VoteMaster XL Election Automation system, which supports multiple data ingests from news and election wires, Internet sites and election office computers as well as manual entry. VoteMaster interfaces to nearly all character generators and runs on a stand-alone networked PC.

See Comprompter at NAB2006 in booth C9818, or visit: www.comprompter.com.

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