06.17.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
AMNSA automates multi-channel transmission

Ascent Media Network Services Asia (AMNSA) has installed OmniBus Colossus systems within its Singapore facility to provide reliable, efficient automation for transmission of more than 30 channels, which are broadcast in more than a dozen languages to viewers in Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and Asia.

A timeline-based, multi-channel, multi-delivery automation and control system, Colossus is scalable and accommodates increases in channel output, with tools for ingest, quality assurance, content management, and interfacing with archive systems.

The Colossus system can segregate content and manage multiple language files. It is integrated with an Omneon Spectrum media server system to provide language-stacking functionality. As a result, operators can match video files to corresponding audio in any number of languages.

For more information, visit www.omnibus.tv.

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