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TSL Products Shifts R and D Focus Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic Posted: 04/05/2020
TSL Products Shifts R and amp;D Focus Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

As many broadcast stations are operating in a work-from-home environment amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, TSL Products has altered its R&D roadmap for the short term, in response to specific customer requirements and to meet the current needs of the industry.

Since TSL’s acquisition of DNF Controls in April 2019, the U.S. team based out of Northridge, CA, has remained focused on the developing and supporting the Flex Control Network and range of Universal Control Panels. “We have many customers across the United States who use our Flex Control Network for critical production and playout in news-based Hub and Spoke systems that connect network stations. Due to heightened demands in remote broadcasts, we recently altered our R&D to service our Flex customers and assist them in response to the pandemic,” says Fred Scott, regional sales manager U.S. at TSL and former sales director for DNF Controls. “With many customers working remotely, rather than in-studio, we added a feature called ‘Web Keys’ that, when connected to any DNF powered Universal Switch Panel within the Flex network, allows users to control devices situated in major hub and spoke installations across the U.S. from home.”

Tags: TSL Products | DNF Controls | Remote Broadcasts
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WGBH Deploys Joseph Electronics Custom Caddie for Full Bidirectional Signal Transport During Remote Broadcasts Posted: 03/10/2016
WGBH Deploys Joseph Electronics Custom Caddie for Full Bidirectional Signal Transport During Remote Broadcasts
Joseph Electronics (JE), the premier one-stop shop for the broadcast industry and provider of fiber termination and custom fiber solutions, today announced that PBS member station WGBH in Boston is using a purpose-built fiber-transporter caddie from JE to deliver TV and radio signals between its new remote studio at the Boston Public Library and the main WGBH facility seven miles away. The custom JE transporter caddie makes it possible for WGBH to broadcast from the new studio by carrying all A/V, ancillary, and data signals in both directions through one self-contained product.
Tags: WGBH | Joseph Electronics | Custom Caddie | Bidirectional signal transport | remote broadcasts | cameras | Boston studio | AV Brands
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