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NEWS MANIPULATE & EDIT Audio Conversion Radio France Internationale (RFI) has taken delivery of an NTP Technology DAD AX32 analog/digital/analog audio signal converter for integration into the broadcast production system at its headquarters in Paris. The AX32 is already in successful operation with regular music broadcasts as part of RFI’s continuous radio transmission schedule and on the associated Monte-Carlo Doualiya (MCD) channel. RFI negotiated the purchase via NTP Technology’s French master reseller, Areitec. Film scanning DFT will announce the launch of a new Wetgate technology for its latest Scanity HDR fi lm scanner at NAB (booth SL13605). Due to be demonstrated using safe fl uid, the new technology will provide a real-time organic option for ingesting and managing diffi cult-to-solve historical fi lm transfer issues such as dust and scratch removal. DFT sales director Simon Carter said: “We’ve responded to the needs of the archiving market by evolving our technology to address its requirements, fi rst with the Scanity HDR announced at NAB 2014 and again by developing our new Wetgate technology. By enabling many of the issues associated with historically-aged fi lm to be addressed at the scanning stage, our customers have less work to do downstream, saving valuable time and money.” Scanity HDR will also be on show at NAB. Are you looking for an inexpensive, bookable, Ka band satellite uplink? www.dft-fi Europasat NewsSpotter satellite broadband dedicated services for broadcasters could be the answer. Call +44 (0)1869 356 166 Email C477-es-A5-advert-AW.indd 1 24 | KITPLUS - THE TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 100 APRIL 2015 21/05/2014 17:18