Newsroom sales announced at News World '99

December 1999
World Broadcast News;Dec99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on Quantel and OmniBus' sale of its Inspiration integrated news production system to different broadcast companies. Purchase of system by KOMO television station in the United States and Botswana Television in Africa; Installation of Inspiration at ITN in Great Britain; Contract for the upgrading of Australian Broadcasting Corp.'s Basys newsroom system.


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