August 2012

IBC 2012

Come to see us at our booth 3.B67

We have a great location this year so we will be easy to find.

At IBC 2012 this year Aveco will highlight Studio 2, our 2nd generation News and Studio automation solution that is now on-air at SWR in Germany.

Also the Social Media Gateway and new solutions for Disaster Recovery and Regional Ad Insertion as well as the rest of the ASTRA Suite of Tools will be on display this year.

Come talk our key engineers and system designers about your toughest problems and see the latest in Media Asset Management and Automation tools.

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Join Us For Our 20th Anniversary Party

 

Twenty years is a long time in this business. There have been many ups and downs in our industry during this time but Aveco has not only survived but has prospered. The same management team has guided Aveco since day 1. The diagram above shows some of our major highlights.

Come and join us on Monday night at our booth (3.B67) after the show for some special Aveco Beer and snacks and share some of your old time stories with us.

 

ASTRA Studio 2 - Next Generation News and Studio Automation

A preliminary version of ASTRA Studio 2 was shown at IBC 2011 last September and officially introduced at NAB 2012. It is now on-air at SWR in Germany.

A 10 day roadshow throughout Germany with our Germany dealer Logic Media Solutions this March enabled customers to see hands on demos. Reviews were very positive indicating that it is truly the next generation solution for news and studio automation.

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Operational Media Asset Management Tools

 

 

Do Media Asset Management tools seem too expensive, too complicated, or scary to you? Come talk to us about our Operational MAM tools. We have a straight forward, incremental and cost effective approach to media asset management for your day-to-day operations. It can run in conjunction with other MAM systems or even other automation systems.

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Regional Ad Insertion

As the broadcast industry consolidates and moves to lower cost infrastructures such as CentralCasting with hub and spoke architectures, it becomes more difficult to deliver target commercials to individual regions. An easy way to increase advertising revenues is to be able to target commercials to individual regions from a central hub that may control many different and geographically diverse stations.

Aveco's Regional Ad Insertion offer solutions using traditional video servers and a unique solution with the Thomson Video Network's Sapphire ASI server. Learn more and see this solution in action at IBC in the Thomson Video Networks booth in Hall 14 stand A10.

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Disaster Recovery Solutions

You have a license to broadcast the London Olympics. It's the prime time final of the 100 meter dash and you have a full schedule of high priced spots ready to go. All of a sudden, something happens and your signal goes black. Not only are your customers upset, the financial impact is huge.

With Aveco, we have solutions online today that let you switch to a backup site within frames averting a potential publicity and financial disaster.

Our experts will be available to explain how to design a solution that is within your budget.

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Aveco Adds Supports for Ross Video Switchers

We have recently added support for Ross Switchers based on customer demand. Support for Ross's Vision Series, Carbonite Series, and the CrossOver series is available for ASTRA MCR, ASTRA News and ASTRA Studio 2.

ASTRA support for Ross switchers will be shown in the Ross Video IBC booth Hall 9 stand C23

For more information on Ross switchers see
http://www.rossvideo.com/production-switchers/

  

ASTRA Social Media Gateway

To help bring more viewers to our customers, Aveco will be showing a new Social Media Gateway with ASTRA Suite of Tools. Social Media Gateway is a new feature in the playlist that will automatically broadcast a message out through social media applications such as Twitter, Facebook and others advising of an upcoming program to encourage viewers to turn on their TVs to watch.