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CNBC stocks up on points Debut of AERO.lite L inear Acoustic(R), the leader in television audio control from production to transmission, is introducing a new member of the AERO(TM) family -- the AERO.lite(TM).  AERO.lite is a two-channel (stereo) loudness controller designed to provide Linear Acoustic-quality audio transmission processing at an affordable price to broadcasters who don’t have a need to handle multichannel audio. www.telosalliance.com Enterprise-class digital media solutions Following a year of impressive market and customer gains, Interra Systems is showcasing major advances to its Enterprise-Class Digital Media Solutions at stand SL 9512 in NAB-2012 Stages Baton QC Seminars: As part of its ongoing customer reach-out, Interra Systems is launching a series of joint seminars at NAB 2012 in collaboration with its Baton-Connect partner companies. The seminars are called “Stages - Baton QC Seminars”. The goal of these seminars is to inform the customers about best practices in use of Interra’s Baton Automated File-based QC Software and its integration with leading MAM & Workflow solutions at each stage of content-lifecycle. www.interrasystems.com/dms Point-HD Telestrator connected to multiple screens which comprise of a large 65” LCD touch screen and two 32” LCD screens. The easy to use talent interface allowed CNBC Financial analysts to quickly grasp the powerful presentation tools of the Point-HD and engage viewers with real time stock charts and analysis. CNBC Talent have a powerful arsenal of tools within Point-HD which includes real time Fibonacci retracements, live zooms and full customisation of the onscreen look and feel. As the studio is in a remote location the system had to be compact, noise free and robust, Point-HD met all of these challenges. A quick installation over a weekend by CNBC engineers was coupled with remote assistance by e-mediavision engineers from London, using web based remote tools, e-mediavision were able to set up, customise and train the CNBC staff in the use of the Point-HD system. Magenta TV expands DI suite A 08 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE -mediavision.com, is pleased to announce that CNBC TV has chosen the Point-HD Broadcast Telestrators for CNBC’s innovative new studio set, which is housed inside the New York Stock Exchange. www.pointhd.com Launching Scoopy+ with LTE ETA’s Scoopy+ is the industry’s first portable professional audio hardware codec to support HD Voice (7kHz), and now the addition of LTE provides a significant performance improvement and an important alternative to congested 3G networks. With support for LTE, Scoopy+ achieves up to 100Mbits/s for download and 50Mbits/s for upload, with lower latency for better performance during live e transmissions, and better coverage in rural areas by using lower frequencies in the 800MHz band. Scoopy+ also now includes IPv6 support for further ease of use. www.aeta-audio.com Image Systems has announced that German post production facility Magenta TV has expanded its Nucoda DI suite with the installation of a second Nucoda Film Master. Magenta TV required a high-end colour grading system that could work with multiple file and camera formats and could be fully integrated into its Avid workflow. The Nucoda system was the best fit for the facilitys requirements as it continues to increase its intake of HD television projects. www.imagesystems.tv