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WRN delivers for CSC with Grass Valley kit

18 December 2013
WRN delivers for CSC with Grass Valley kit

WRN Broadcast has installed Grass Valley’s GV Edge integrated playout system with K2 Edge playout nodes to deliver and manage content from CSC Media Group, the UK-based satellite television channel provider. WRN Broadcast has migrated 20 CSC Media Group channels using the GV Edge system.

WRN Broadcast is using GV Edge to enable centralised control over its operations by combining the functions of integrated playout, channel graphics, and asset management into one system. The solution offers 24/7 playout applications, and using a single K2 Edge playout node for every channel, multichannel systems can be created in a simple and scalable way.

“WRN Broadcast prides itself on working closely with both our clients and technology partners to make sure of a first-class service performance and this contract with CSC Media is a perfect example of this,” said Dave Travis, chief technology officer, WRN Broadcast. “Integration with Grass Valley’s GV Edge was seamless as CSC Media Group were already operating Grass Valley’s equipment, although we particularly liked the integrated architecture of GV Edge, which allows us to scale-up and launch new channels in the most flexible and efficient manner. We look forward to working together with Grass Valley as CSC Media continues its success and looks to roll out more channels internationally.”

“In today’s competitive market, broadcasters are increasingly looking to deliver the best possible content as quickly and efficiently as possible, and Grass Valley’s solutions are perfectly placed to do this,” added Said Bacho, senior vice president of EMEA, Grass Valley. “Our partnership with WRN provides an integrated playout concept allowing us to grow together as the demand for more content continues to increase. We’ve seen excellent traction in the region having recently equipped a number of partners with our live production and playout solutions as we continue to strengthen our presence in EMEA.”

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