Omneon serves PBS member stations

The public broadcaster recently installed its 75th Spectrum server.
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Just prior to this year’s PBS Technology Conference, April 11-14, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Omneon announced that in the first quarter of 2007, the company reached a benchmark 75th PBS member station server installation.


At the PBS Technology Conference, Omneon offered a sneak peek of the new Omneon MediaDeck server, which was officially introduced at NAB2007. The company also demonstrated the Omneon ProBrowse system.

In addition to Omneon participating as a platinum sponsor and exhibitor, Paul Turner, Omneon’s VP for product marketing, spoke about using MXF in a file-based workflow at a super-session entitled “Advanced Workflows: Alphabet Soup or Hearty Stew?” Along with Turner, Frank Graybill, chief engineer of PBS member station WNET, New York, and Chris Lennon, program manager at Harris, participated in the panel.

For more information, visit www.pbs.org and www.omneon.com.