Utah Scientific and CGS Infographics Automation have combined efforts to make easy work for news stations gathering data feeds and content updates.
Utah Scientific’s GS-4000 graphics station and MC-4000 master control switcher are normally paired for support of graphics such as fixed text, multiple text crawls, still and animated logos, snipes and time-and-temperature displays. With the integration of the CGS Newschief display platform, data collection from multiple sources can be automated with graphics for quick on-air display.
"Newschief is a single source that enables broadcasters to deliver reliable, relevant, hyper-local information to their audience," said Bryan Mullins, partner at CGS, in a press release. "Combined with Utah Scientific's cost-effective GS-4000 platform, it provides broadcasters with a turnkey solution to engage and inform their viewers."
Utah Scientific President Tom Harmon stated the biggest benefactors of this partnership are television stations and their viewers. Stations have a quick, easy solution to a normally difficult situation, and viewers at home have access to timely, important information, whether its school closures during a snowstorm or the results of a major sporting event.
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