Britain’s ITN is using Inscriber InfoCaster systems as part of its vision to create a new and innovative look for the Channel 4 News set.
Britain’s ITN has purchased five Inscriber InfoCaster systems for its Emmy-winning Channel 4 News program. The systems will reside in ITN’s London facility for use in displaying sophisticated graphics and video clips as part of its news studio set.
ITN News purchased five Inscriber InfoCaster systems from Gee Broadcast Systems, as part of its vision to create a new and innovative look for the Channel 4 News set. The Inscriber solution provides the flexibility of variable video scaling to drive plasma screens and a large video-wall.
InfoCaster creates a multi-zone on-air look that integrates overlapping regions of crawls, rolls, animations, clocks, live video, clips, graphics and text in multi-zone presentations of news, weather, business and community information.
For more information, visit www.inscriber.com.