DVEO Introducing New Channel Manager at 2016 NAB Show

New DVEO Channel-in-a-Box solution is a flexible, easy to use play out server for TV, Satellite, or Cable Channel operations.

The DVEO Channel Manager ASI 4ch is a complete Channel in a Box with support for four ASI channels. It will be on display at the DVEO exhibit along with Channel Manager IP/IP 4ch, supporting four individual IP channel streams. Each is a complete system tailored for the North American Broadcast and Cable markets where sub-channels are often transmitted along with a primary channel.

Channel Manager ASI offers scheduled play out for live and stored content, channel branding, and EAS interface support for systems such as Trilithic, Sage, and Monroe Digital Alert Systems. It also supports SCTE 35 based ad insertion, interfaces to most traffic systems and provides “As Run” reports. It is ready to feed your favorite TS mux which inserts PSIP information and grooms your programs for 19.38 Mbps. The device can also be used as an ad inserter.

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