Palo Alto, CA (June 8, 2004)–Canal 13 in Buenos Aires, Argentina will be installing an all-digital Euphonix audio console. The television station has selected a 32-fader Euphonix Max Air console for their studio, where it will be used for popular Latin American shows such as Caiga Quien Caiga, Pulsaciones, Fútbol de Primera and Telenoche Investiga, along with various dramas, game shows and talk shows.
Technical manager for Canal 13, Eduardo Bayo, commented on the decision to purchase Max Air, “The Euphonix Max Air was the most user friendly and flexible console we could find on the market. We were looking for a product to fit our present needs and leave room for future expansions; the Max Air does it all.”
Many Canal 13 programs and films are regularly exported to more than 70 countries in every corner of the globe. Sports coverage is a major pillar of Canal 13’s programming. The high standards achieved by the channel’s productions are made possible by continuous investment in technology and operations capacity. Canal 13 owns 10 studios and in 1998 it ventured into High-Definition television, becoming the pioneer of the technology in Argentina.