High school students produce news brief with Broadcast Pix Slate

January 2, 2009

West Forsyth High School in Cumming, GA, has acquired a Broadcast Pix Slate system for its new broadcast studio.

Students receive daily instruction on various elements of TV production on a rotating basis throughout the digital broadcast studio. They produce a five-minute news program with the Slate three days a week. The two-anchor news brief is recorded and aired on the school's closed-circuit TV station.

The studio includes a fully equipped control room featuring the Broadcast Pix Slate production system with live video inputs. The two-camera studio features JVC KAF 5602U cameras, a 4TB server with Avid nonlinear editing capability, eight editing bays, Avid Media Composer, a full lighting rig and lighting and audio consoles.

The Broadcast Pix Slate system integrates a production switcher, production control panel, Inscriber CG, clip store and multiview monitoring.

For more information, visit www.broadcastpix.com.

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