K2 Storage Systems Press Release Archive — 2012
August 14, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., August 14, 2012 (SET 2012 Broadcast & Cable, Stand D13/E2) — At the upcoming SET 2012 Broadcast & Cable show in Brazil, Grass Valley™ will demonstrate how acquiring, producing, and distributing all types of high-definition (HD) content with its latest technology solutions can save users time and money, while making their workflows much more efficient.
June 5, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., June, 05, 2012 — FOX Turkey, one of the country's leading free-to-air general entertainment channel and a regional affiliate of News Corporation, is upgrading its playout infrastructure to the latest signal processing and distribution technologies from Grass Valley™.
May 29, 2012
San Francisco, Calif., May 29, 2012 — TV Record, Brazil's second-largest television network, will deploy a complete high-definition (HD) production system from Grass Valley™ on-site in London for live and delayed coverage of the country's athletes competing at the various sporting events this summer in London on its TV Record channel.
April 14, 2012
Las Vegas (National Association of Broadcasters Convention – Booth# SL106) April 14, 2012 — Māori Television, New Zealand's National Indigenous Broadcaster and arguably the largest programme production house in NZ, has upgraded its digital news production facilities to a new Grass Valley™ advanced news production solution allowing journalists, producers, and editors to be more creative while completing projects faster and with improved efficiency.
April 14, 2012
Las Vegas (National Association of Broadcasters Convention – Booth# SL106) April 14, 2012 — As local television stations across the country continue to seek new business models by implementing cost-effective workflows, they continue to turn to Grass Valley™ for the right solutions. As part of an ongoing trend throughout the industry, small-to-mid-sized stations are increasingly upgrading to a file-based infrastructure built around the Grass Valley Ignite™ fully automated production system, which allows one or two operators to run and entire newscast.