Wuppertal, Germany (October 6, 2016)—All Mobile Video (AMV) West Coast has upgraded its NYLA mobile production truck with a new Riedel Communications Artist digital matrix intercom system.
Integrated into NYLA by the AMV west coast field shop, the Artist system is familiar to many AMV West Coast customers because of its pervasiveness in production control rooms and other technical facilities. Equipped with this Riedel intercom system, NYLA can easily be linked into operations at the many fixed facilities that rely on the Artist system for flexible, high-quality communications.
"When the analog intercom system on the NYLA truck was ready for an upgrade, it simply made sense to choose a Riedel system," said Kimberly Scholter, vice president, west coast broadcast facilities for AMV. "There is a substantial Riedel presence in this area, and the company has a great reputation in the Los Angeles technical-facilities community with the tech managers, intercom-specialist vendors, and operators with whom we interface regularly. Our engineers look forward to introducing this new, fully digital system to our many west coast colleagues."
The new Riedel Artist system in AMV West Coast's NYLA truck serves as an advanced modular communications platform with the power and versatility to address the varying demands of modern intercom applications. The Artist's fiber-based network provides a decentralized infrastructure that can simplify the distribution of audio.