PLAZAMEDIA in Germany shifts to entirely tapeless platform with Omneon

December 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Dec2008 Digital Reference Guide, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p90
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The article reports that full-service television provider, Plazamedia has shifted to an entirely tapeless and information technology (IT)-based platform, which made it the first of its kind to do it in Germany. According to the article, it has constructed a new building which is intended to make their operation more streamlined, and cost-effective and enhance better customer services. In addition, it states that the facility has been ready for high-definition (HD) distribution of contents.


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