Input Media Voiceover Control by ATG Danmon
ATG Danmon has announced its plans to promote its range of broadcast systems planning, design, installation, commissioning and post-installation support capabilities at IBC2016.
ATG Danmon plans to present their systems integration projects including: VR production facilities for the London and Hong Kong premises of Fidelity International, voiceover suite upgrade for the London headquarters of Input Media, complete fibre-optic network for one of London's premier multimedia production studios, new broadcast playout channel for the Stockholm headquarters of TV4 Sweden, and seven-station content transfer system for one of Europe's largest public-service broadcasting corporations.
"Our focus as a systems integrator is to support our customers with solutions which operate as efficiently as possible in an industry which demands high productivity as well as creativity, and to help customers through these transitions with the technical challenges they bring. As a team we need to evolve our skills and capabilities so that we are able to advise on the technologies that offer clear operational and cost-effective advantages.”— Russell Peirson-Hagger, Managing Director, ATG Danmon
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