TSL Products Implements Global Training Program For Broadcast Control System

TSL Products has launched a worldwide Training Program for its Broadcast Control System to ensure that users can deploy the full capabilities of the system, and to help engineers understand how it can be configured to assist with existing and future projects.

The company’s Advanced Broadcast Control System brings complex systems under a single point of control and minimizes operational complexity, allowing staff to deliver high-quality outputs with minimal risk of error.

TSL Products recently debuted its new training program in Brazil across two different cities—one in Rio de Janeiro and one in Sao Paulo. Each session took place over two days and was attended by engineers from CNT, TV Globo, Record, Band, Globosat, ESPN, FOX, SKY, BroadTV, Seal, LineUp, among others. The purpose of the training was to demonstrate TSL’s control platform and help engineers in the configuration of projects currently underway in Brazil.

The sessions are led by TSL Customer Support Engineer Ben Bate, and Control Product Manager Tom Pollard, who have conducted one-on-one trainings around the world for customers including Diversified in the U.S., Live HD Abu Dhabi and MBC in the UAE, and Ideal Systems, Benchmark Singapore and Astro in Malaysia. By hosting more regional training sessions, TSL is opening this service to all customers in the region in order for them to maximize on their use of the product.

Starting in February 2019, TSL will be conducting training sessions in Germany. Throughout the year, the team plans to continue expanding the program to various customers across the globe starting with the U.S., Europe and India.

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