TV Anhanguera upgrades Goiás stations in Brazil to digital infrastructure

December 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Dec2008 Digital Reference Guide, p63
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The article reports on the move of TV Anhanguera to upgrade all of its station group through the launching of its central high-definition (HD) broadcast operation and digital infrastructure in Goias, Brazil. Accordingly, the firm plans to integrate a system that would enable operation even in remote location by using an end-to-end broadcast solution, NEXIO video server, from Harris. It provides details on the advantages that the system has brought to the company upon its implementation.


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