DigSystem Production

The company will present its latest developments in the area of cross-media radio and TV production, the exchanges and the reuse of media content. Munich, Germany July 28, 2010 which will be IBC 2010 from 10 to 14 September on the RAI Centre in Amsterdam, Netherlands, their doors open and industry trade show to new products and technologies of the electronic media and entertainment. DAVID systems, a leading provider of global broadcast solutions, will present its latest solutions in Hall 7 booth 7.G34 and the Topaz lounge by Microsoft. This year’s trade fair presence will demonstrate new and innovative solutions for the medial collaboration and cross-platform media management. DAVID system wants to set new standards for the interoperability and integration of third-party solutions, to improve cooperation and editorial workflows in radio, TV and rich media broadcast applications. Developments are targeting an all new DAVID Improve management of production workflows. Just where the time to broadcasting, the number and quality of the messages and the reuse of content through multiple channels and media play a strategic role, can DAVID unify solutions technologies and processes and performance with an easy-to-manage platform for broadcasting and Broadband broadcasting.

The IBC this year’s highlights include:-SOA-based service-oriented architecture () media management system for the radio production of DAVID system shows a highly flexible and scalable media management system of the next generation. New services can easily be integrated into this to allow the value-added use of their content on the ever-increasing number of distribution channels so broadcasters and publishers. -LoRes / HiRes production with Final Cut Pro and DigSystem this new development the creativity of journalists, in which it supports the complexity through the A/V EROC in DigCut ST reduced, and editing on Final Cut Pro allows the next workflow step of the HiRes a smooth exchange. -Seamless broadcast workflows “from shooting to broadcast” DAVID addresses the greatest difficulties in the cross-media production and the Westdeutscher broadcasting.