SSL C Series Makes Broadcast Inroads

Oxford, UK (July 21, 2008)--Solid State Logic reports its C Series digital consoles have been moving into the North American broadcast market at a steady pace.
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Oxford, UK (July 21, 2008)--Solid State Logic reports its C Series digital consoles have been moving into the North American broadcast market at a steady pace.

"With the mandated move to all digital broadcasting in 2009, the C100 and C200 are providing our clients with user-friendly, powerful tools for television audio production," says Steve Zaretsky, vice president of broadcast, SSL, Inc. "We are very pleased to see the broadcast industry acknowledge the quality of our products and customer support through strong sales in a wide range of markets."

CFTM, channel 10, flagship station of the trans-Canadian TVA television network in Montreal, will install a C232 HD console to provide surround mixing capabilities and digital control of multiple audio feeds for their live TV programming lineup.

WPTV NewsChannel 5, a Scripps-owned NBC affiliate serving the Palm Beaches, will install a C132 HD. It was the second Florida station to launch HDTV news, following the lead of Scripps sister station WFTS Tampa, which also has an SSL C132 and began its HD newscasts in July 2007.

KFMB, a CBS affiliate and the most watched television station in San Diego, CA, has installed a C124 HD for its live news broadcasts.

Comcast SportsNet (or CSN), a group of regional sports networks primarily owned by the Comcast cable TV company, will install a C132 HD-S at CSN New England--broadcast home of the NBA World Champion Boston Celtics--to bring their on-air production in line with HD broadcast requirements.

KDTX TV-58 in Dallas will install a C248 HD console at its flagship headquarters for broadcast programming for the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). The production facility for TBN in Tustin, CA has installed a C248 HD to help facilitate the HD move as well. This is TBN's fourth SSL C Series console.

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