​Clique TV Buys EVS Dyvi

French channel Clique TV has deployed an EVS Dyvi live production switcher.

Clique, which targets ‘digital natives’, is provided by Canal+ and Première Fois Productions and produces various magazine and talk shows on music, video games, sports, literature and current affairs, as well as documentaries and comedy sketches.

The team uses EVS Dyvi to create graphics and production layouts ahead of going live. And then saving those to the system using macros, they’re able to recall configurations in an instant making switching between set ups quick and easy.

The channel’s technical facilities, into which Dyvi has been integrated, are provided by BOB (Boîte à Outils Broadcast). Its General Manager, Cyril Mazouer, said about the switcher: “For the production of Clique TV’s original programming, Dyvi was an obvious choice. The limitations of traditional switchers meant that once the team started using Dyvi, they didn’t want to go back.”

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