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Watch on tv-bay channel Keeping pace with editorial demands Prompter saves the day for media producer C ueScript, a pro- vider of creative prompting solutions with feature-rich designs for all broadcast production needs, offered well-es- tablished media pro- duction freelancer Brian Lynn the opportunity to beta test its CSM17 17 LED High Bright- ness HD-SDI Prompter Monitor during the 2014 NAB Show. To read the full story of how the prompter saved the day then check the online article. (Google: tv-bay cuescript) The Prompter Monitor features low en- ergy consumption and a low power start up, two of the top requirements in today’s diverse range of production environ- ments. Its three-mode adjustable power input includes low (26 watts), medium (30 watts) and high (38 watts). It also features an integrated mounting system, low profile design and an increased viewing angle (170 x 16) for easier screen readability. A ustralia-based CODA provides an eclectic range of services spanning production, post, multi-system edit solutions for hire and audio finishing for high-profile clients like Network 7, Shine, Freehand, Eyeworks and Southern Star Entertainment. CODA’s team of talented creatives and rental kit have played an integral role in the creation of popular shows like “Dancing with the Stars Australia” and “Amazing Race Australia.” Powering CODA’s operations are two newly purchased Facilis TerraBlock 24D shared storage systems that the company leverages to accelerate editorial in-house as well as for its rental customers. At the end of 2013, CODA Managing Director Rob Peile set out to fi nd a versatile shared storage system to meet rising client demands. In search of a solution that could push 26 streams of DNXHD120 in multicam mode to multiple systems concurrently, he found the speed and capacity required for the job in Facilis’ TerraBlock. “Our former system served us well for day-to-day applications, but our producers wanted more; they wanted Avid-compatible stor- age that could keep up with the fast paced world of editorial,” he said. “With capacity, speed and price all major factors and endorsements from our tech specialist Cactus Res- olutions and reseller Blonde Robot, we went with TerraBlock and haven’t looked back.” TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 90 JUNE 2014 | 09