WNYT's facility now includes seven NewsEdit nonlinear editing systems from Grass Valley for use at its Albany station.
WNYT-TV, an NBC station in Albany, NY, purchased seven NewsEdit nonlinear editing systems (six software-only SC versions and one XT workstation). The purchase included a software-only system to be used at one of its satellite news bureaus in the area. The station also bought three M-Series iVDR (intelligent video digital recorder) units — one for ingest activities and two for automated playout (for four channels of live playout and to provide redundancy).
A Grass Valley Ingest Station and redundant NewsQ Pro automated playback systems with 110 hours of Grass Valley Network Attached Storage was also installed.
In order to facilitate cuts-only editing at the reporters’ and producers’ desktop, WNYT-TV also purchased 15 Grass Valley NewsEdit SCE editing and high-resolution review station licenses that will be loaded onto existing PCs throughout the newsroom.
KAAL-TV an ABC station in Austin, MN, purchased three NewsEdit SC systems, a Grass Valley NewsQ Pro and NAS system and two M-Series iVDRs.
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