02.05.2010 10:43 AM
Gallaudet University adds Ross Video CrossOver 12

Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., has added Ross Video’s CrossOver 12 multidefinition production switcher for student and departmental live recording and live-to-air production.

Gallaudet began using CrossOver in January for its student-run production operations. Students produce various local news, information and entertainment programs and assist in the production of materials for use in classrooms, as a public service or for distance education.

CrossOver helps students become familiar with live studio production techniques involving multiple cameras and other sources. CrossOver also serves as a stepping stone for students who wish to move toward using the Ross Vision production switcher in Gallaudet’s main facility.



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