Oxford, UK (August 31, 2007)–Solid State Logic has announced recent sales and installations of the company’s C Series digital consoles to broadcast and post facilities.
VERSUS, the national cable outlet of the National Hockey League as well as collegiate sports and best-in-class events like the Tour de France, the America’s Cup, the Boston Marathon and Davis Cup, is currently installing a C124 HD console at its new Stamford, CT-based studio facility.
WETA, a public broadcasting station based in Washington, DC, recently installed a C132 HD with SSL’s MORSE (Modular Resource Sharing Engine) system for its upcoming transition to HD broadcast of the NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.
Iowa Public Television, Iowa’s statewide public broadcasting network, has ordered two C100 HD consoles. The installation of a C140/32 HD and C124 HD will incorporate the MORSE system, interconnecting IPTV’s auditorium theatre and main production control rooms. Systems designer and integrator TV Magic is facilitating IPTV’s C100 HD installations.
TV Magic is also handling a C100 HD installation at Trinity Broadcast Network’s recently constructed New York City broadcast facility. Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN), a producer of original Christian programming, has acquired a C148HD for its new facility.
Most recently, Great American Country, the exclusive television home to the Grand Ole Opry and a broadcaster of country music videos, performances, live concerts and original programming, has ordered a C132/24 HD for its Nashville-based production facilities.
Madison Square Garden (MSG) Network is installing a C140/32 HD in its studio located inside the famed arena.
SSL also recently announced that Boston-based WGBH has installed a C200 Digital Production Console for WGBH Radio.
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