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ATG in the frame

26 January 2011
ATG in the frame

ATG Broadcast will exhibit its full range of systems planning, design, installation, commissioning and post-installation support services, as well as debuting its broadcast products to the UK market.

“ATG Broadcast has proved its ability to design and deliver reliable systems of practically any scale, anywhere, efficiently, on schedule and within budget,” commented Managing Director, Graham Day. “Our engineering team pioneered the advance from tape-based to file-based studio operation which enabled huge improvements in productivity and flexibility. Future-proofing is a central feature of our designs, allowing easy migration from standard definition to 1080i, 1080p and 3D.

“Our support services extend forward of traditional systems integration as we work with our clients through the strategic pre-planning phases of optimising broadcast workflow, ensuring efficiency-conducive working environments for production staff and considering the options for implementing the most cost-effective signal processing, networking, archiving, monitoring and playout technology. We are now in a position to provide even more value to our clients with the introduction of three complementary product ranges for the UK market. We hope these will prove cost-effective and revenue-earning for our UK client base.”

Recently completed European projects have included: a major upgrade to Studio Six at Television Centre in London; a major expansion for TV4, one of Scandinavia’s largest independent broadcasters; and studios and post production facilities for BSkyB’s new broadcasting facility at the network’s corporate headquarters in Osterley, west London.

Stand: B28

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