Napa Valley TV Gets Volunteers to Create Great Content via an HD/4K capable switcher

As a public, education, and government (PEG) channel in California, Napa Valley TV is up against top-tier TV networks in the fight for viewers. 1970s-style lousy video just won’t wash! Add the fact that a $20 annual membership fee gives each NAPA Valley TV volunteer the right to uses its production equipment, and the channel needed a video switcher that is as easy to operate and robust as it is professional-grade – in HD/4K, of course. 

Find out how Napa Valley TV built the channel’s HD/4K anchor without going under. Learn how it is:

  • capable of handling multiple cameras and supporting network-level switching 
  • easily operable with the push of a few buttons
  • loaded with virtual sets and LiveMatte keying functions; including keying graphics on the virtual set’s monitors
  • affordable and simple to install – and tough!

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James Careless

James Careless is an award-winning journalist who has written for TV Technology since the 1990s. He has covered HDTV from the days of the six competing HDTV formats that led to the 1993 Grand Alliance, and onwards through ATSC 3.0 and OTT. He also writes for Radio World, along with other publications in aerospace, defense, public safety, streaming media, plus the amusement park industry for something different.