London, UK (June 27, 2012)—More than 130 TSL Professional PAM2 Multi-Channel Monitoring Systems will be used for loudness compliance and audio monitoring by international broadcasters for the summer games in London.
Dega Broadcast Systems Ltd., a provider of technical design and installation services to the international broadcast industry, has specified 53 PAM2s for use at numerous operator positions for broadcasters, including 40 units for the BBC.
NEP Visions, a UK-based division of NEP Broadcasting, will be using PAM2 units as part of its remote coverage for a major US broadcaster. The PAM2 units are installed in NEP's fleet of 3G OB trucks.
CCTV, the main state broadcaster for mainland China, operating a network of 22 channels servicing more than one billion viewers, will install eight PAM2 units with the new Dolby CAT1100 card in its London broadcast center. The new Dolby card will enable CCTV to perform Dolby E decoding and external speaker monitoring, as well as Dolby Digital Plus with surround descriptive audio and stream mixing.
Bexel, a leading worldwide provider of broadcast services, is providing TSL's PAM1 and PAM2 units as part of flypacks for US and international broadcasters, designed to accommodate summer games coverage.
Globosat, a major Brazilian cable and satellite TV service consisting of 29 stations, has specified PAM2 units for its temporary broadcast facilities in London.
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