Chyron, Gannett Broadcasting turn graphics world on its 'AXIS'

December 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Dec2008 Digital Reference Guide, p66
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The article reports on the move of Garnett Broadcasting to use Chyron Corp.'s AXIS graphics platform in building broadcast-quality news graphics without using a hardware or software tool in the U.S. According to the article, the implementation of the system has made positive changes to the way the company has been delivering its content. In addition, it further relates several advantages of the integration of the platform.


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