The company will showcase a complete, affordable end-to-end live production and newsroom workflow in support of the DCMS local TV initiative at BVE 2012.
Autocue – whose systems have recently been installed at Goldsmiths, University of London, and the University of Bedfordshire, among many other facilities – has been serving the broadcast industry for more than 55 years.
While the company is primarily associated with teleprompting, it has also provided sophisticated newsroom and automation solutions for nearly half of its five-decade-plus tenure. Most recently, it has also introduced a new range of affordable video servers to create a complete workflow solution.
Autocue Group Business Development Director Richard Satchell commented: “We are the only manufacturer to offer a single solution for newsroom, scripting, automation, media management, video servers, broadcast monitors and teleprompters with complete, scalable solutions ideal for local and regional television operations, ranging in price from £25k to £125k.”
Autocue representatives will be on hand throughout the show to discuss the range of comprehensive workflow solutions, as well as display the latest in its video server, broadcast monitor and teleprompting ranges.