Miyagi Television Broadcasting chooses Riedel Communications to boost its ecosystem

Riedel Communications has been chosen by Miyagi Television Broadcasting in Japan’s Miyagi Prefecture to enhance its communication ecosystem. The selection of Riedel’s Artist and Bolero systems provides the necessary functionality, performance, and cost-effectiveness for the broadcasting giant, as broadcaster stated.

Hino Takazumi from Miyagi Television Broadcasting expressed satisfaction with Riedel’s innovative intercom concept. The broadcaster has embraced Riedel’s Artist and Bolero solutions, incorporating an Artist-1024 node, an RSP-1232HL SmartPanel, 15 RSP-1216HL SmartPanels, four Bolero active antennas, and 10 Bolero six-key wireless intercom beltpacks.

Originally intended for a simple update to its production sub-intercom, Miyagi Television Broadcasting found the flexibility to use the antennas for the entire program. The Riedel system is utilized for various mission-critical functions, such as communication between subs and studio staff, PGM exchanges, studio commentaries, and inter-room communication.

The integration of the intercom system with production and news sub-intercoms has proven to be a cost-effective solution for Miyagi Television Broadcasting, according to the company. The Riedel systems offer sound quality, customizable talk panels, adjustable headset amplifier levels, and workflow visualization through the Director application. During a 2022 election special, the system facilitated information-sharing with terrestrial subs, reinforcing the broadcaster’s ability to disseminate critical information swiftly.


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