08.20.2008 01:56 PM
Megahertz to place OB vehicle under remote control

UK-based broadcast and digital media systems integrator Megahertz Broadcast Systems will showcase a new solution developed for the remote control of outside broadcast vehicles via satellite.

With assistance from a recently completed DSNG vehicle that will be featured at its stand, Megahertz will demonstrate the application live at the show controlling the internal systems of the vehicle from a remote laptop.

Megahertz also will highlight several large HD and HD-ready studios and vehicles it has designed and integrated this year, including file-based newsroom projects for South Africa, studio and control room design-and-build contracts from the UK to India, and construction and upgrade work on several HD sports production trailers for SIS (formerly BBC Outside Broadcasts).

See Megahertz Broadcast Systems at IBC2008 11.F20, or visit www.megahertz.co.uk.

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