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ATG Broadcast presenting wide range of tech at BVE

24 January 2014
ATG Broadcast presenting wide range of tech at BVE

ATG Broadcast will use BVE to showcase its range of broadcast systems planning, design, installation, commissioning and post-installation support capabilities.

The company has a number of projects recently completed or in progress. These include system expansion for Ericsson Broadcasting Services at its headquarters in Stockholm, including the upgrading of Studio K2 from standard definition to 1080i HD; a DTT multiplex system as part of the extension of terrestrial digital video broadcasting services for a major European transmission service-provider; and playout facilities for the new HD2 Sports HD channel at the Stockholm headquarters of TV4 Sweden.

"ATG Broadcast pioneered the transition from tape-based technology to file-based production, content management and playout for terrestrial, satellite, cellular and IP-based viewing," commented Dave Whitaker, senior project manager, ATG broadcast. "A key element of our service is the ability to meet tight installation and commissioning deadlines. We are able to draw on experience gained through working with a very wide range of technology suppliers in designing, integrating and commissioning complete turnkey systems that will work efficiently from day one."

"Being part of the Dan Technologies Systems Integration Group ensures that we have the full resources needed to meet our clients’ current and future demands," added Tim Felstead, head of sales and marketing, ATG Broadcast. "In addition to our role as a systems integrator we will be promoting selected third-party products which we offer as a distributor. These include the AmberFin range of broadcast file management tools plus the latest Vidcheck software for automated quality control and correction of file-based video and audio."

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