Gray Television selects Inscriber graphic systems

Inscriber has sold several of its broadcast graphics systems to three network affiliated stations owned by the Gray Television Group
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Inscriber’s Inca Station and Inca Studio systems will help Gray TV’s stations streamline their graphics production process.

The Gray Television Group has purchased five Inscriber graphic systems, including three Inca Station and two Inca Studio systems to maximize viewer impact and retention.

WCAV-TV, WVAW-TV and WAHU-TV, all located in Charlottesville, VA, will use the systems to improve their graphics capability and integrate with their existing automation systems.

Designed for master control branding, the Inca Station systems will be used to drive animated and still logos, multiple real-time data crawls and time and temperature information. The systems will be controlled by Sundance Digital automation systems to insert graphics, promotional clips, moving backgrounds, emergency programming, local news and advertising.

The Inca Studio systems are being used for on-air news, delivering a streamlined graphics creation workflow, as well as playback capabilities. Inca Studio enables multiple channel effects to be created on a single channel for breaking news or live events.

At the Gray stations the systems will be connected to their ENPS newsroom production system, to drive over-the-shoulder graphics and lower-third animated graphics.

Inscriber is a subsidiary of Leitch Technology.

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