Televisa renews its facilities in San Ángel (CDMX) with Lawo IP and RAVENNA

Lawo devices at the Foro 16 of Televisa

Lawo mc² production consoles are the core of the new IP-based facilities in San Ángel (CDMX) of Televisa. The devices are IP-based central routers with fail-safe, redundant architecture and AoIP interfacing and RAVENNA/AES67 I/O systems. This reflects how the multimedia corporation is taking a chance on IP networks. The Lawo mc² complements the previously purchased …

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Televisa purchases 25 JVC ProHD Wireless Bridge bonded VoIP units

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The Bridge investment has allowed its news stations to provide more live reports for their viewers JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, has announced Televisa, the largest mass media company in Hispanic America, has purchased 25 JVC ProHD Wireless Bridge bonded video-over-IP units to transmit live ENG field reports from 21 different ...

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Televisa Networks adopts SAM CiaB technology for automated playout

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Televisa Networks purchases SAM’s ICE Channel-in-a-Box solution Mexican broadcaster Televisa Networks, a dedicated Snell Advanced Media customer for over 20 years, has purchased SAM’s ICE Channel-in-a-Box solution along with Morpheus automation, a Sirius 850 router, SAM’s Rollmap infrastructure management system and IQ Modular infrastructure to add 37 channels of programming to its already lineup.   ...

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