Tennessee Government simplifies single channel playout with NVerzion

Tennessee Government simplifies single channel playout with NVerzion

The Tennessee Department of General Services is the logistic backbone of Tennessee State government. It’s responsible for providing goods and services to the state government and coordinating with the citizens and vendors who wish to do business with said government. As part of their responsibilities, the department provides a video feed from each of nine committee rooms to broadcast legislative committee meetings to the public.


The NVerzion system connects to the Evertz house router that controls the video feed(s) coming from the committee rooms. NBase provides a database for recorded files, and NView provides the graphical database representation for viewing the file metadata information relating to the playout video server. NControlMC provides an automated playlist for the master control switcher.


Tying all this together is NVerzion’s fail-safe EMC-NT ethernet machine control, providing control of physical device infrastructure and an interface with NVerzion software. The new NVerzion system streamlines the state house’s existing infrastructure, and triggers for downstream graphics, effects, and Voice-Overs. The NVerzion automation system was designed with future expansion in mind. Leaving room for the addition of a channel for in-house delivery, and automated record/prep with an expanded content management system.

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