TSL Products and DNF Controls Announce New Strategy

TSL will use DNF’s products as standalone hardware and peripheral systems that complement its existing TallyMan broadcast controls solution.

TSL Products, a leading designer and manufacturer of broadcast workflow solutions, announces its new strategic OEM partnership with DNF Controls that will integrate products and expand both companies' operations. Headquartered in Northridge, CA, DNF has designed, manufactured and delivered human-to-machine and machine-to-machine control solutions for more than 27 years.

The partnership will enhance TSL's TallyMan advanced broadcast control system, which allows operators to simplify complex broadcast workflows by creating highly configurable broadcast workflow pre-sets. TallyMan allows broadcasters to achieve interoperability between equipment regardless of manufacturers or format specifications.

It can easily group multi-level actions into a simple control surface, providing a single, shared entry point for signal flow and routing control. Hardware from DNF will stand alone and act as peripherals to TSL's existing control system. Some elements of TallyMan will also be made available to DNF to enhance its product offerings.

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