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Ross Video kicks off the first day of IBC 2014 with a major new introduction - announcing Streamline Media Asset and Order Management System for Ross’ XPression Motion Graphics Platform.

Today, Ross Video announces the integration of two market leading products, their OverDrive Automated Production Control System and Carbonite Production Switcher Series.

Today, Ross Video announces its award winning Carbonite Production Switcher will demonstrate version 10.0 software at IBC 2014. Version 10.0 supports 2.5 ME operation, MiniME and MultiScreen modes, 3G and UHD (4K) signal processing, as well as some very unique new features.

Today, Ross Video announces that it will showcase XPression Maps, a powerful new broadcast mapping solution at IBC 2014.

Today, Ross Video announces its plans to release XPression Telestrate, a next-generation telestration tool for live sports and other types of on-screen analysis at IBC 2014.

Today, Ross Video announces a new addition to the XPression product line at IBC 2014 with XPression Touch Factory, an intuitive tool that allows television producers to build interactive touchscreen presentations using dazzling real-time 3D graphics from Ross XPression.

 Today, Ross Video announces changes and additions to their XPression channel branding offerings for IBC 2014.

Today, Ross Video introduces a new addition to the Furio line of Robotic camera systems at IBC 2014. The new Furio Pedestal combines an ultra-stable three-wheeled pedestal base with the well-established Furio 3-stage robotic lift, and can be seen at Ross Stand 9.C10.

Today, Ross Video announces the official launch of OverDrive Caprica at a leading station group in the USA.

Today, Ross Video announces that Bangladesh’s leading 24×7 news and current affairs satellite channel, ATN News, has completely upgraded their facility to HD using Ross Video’s live production technology.

Today, Ross Video announces its new generation of large production switchers will be introduced to the European market at IBC 2014 on Stand 9.C10.

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Passionate about live production, Ross Video designs, manufactures and delivers dependable technology and services that power exceptional live video productions seen by billions of viewers around the world every day. Ross Video’s goal is to make it easy for customers to create compelling news, weather and sports broadcasts, engaging material for sports stadium screens, legislative assemblies, entertainment shows and rock concerts, and inspiring content for houses of worship.

Relentlessly innovating, Ross Video delivers the world’s widest range of products and services for augmented reality and virtual sets, mobile live-event solutions, real-time motion graphics, robotic camera systems, social-media management, production switchers, routers, infrastructure products, video servers, newsroom systems, terminal equipment and more. Ross products and services are designed to offer the best system integration and unmatched customer choice by both working together seamlessly and integrating tightly with third-party solutions.

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Ross Revolutionizes Bonten Media MC Ops
June 23, 2014 - TV Technology User Report

NEW YORK—The Bonten Media Group operates local television stations throughout the United States, affiliated with ABC, NBC, Fox, CW and This TV.

Bonten Media Group

Three of our smaller California stations in Eureka, Chico and Redding had been operating with SD-era control rooms for a long time. To continue providing the highest-quality programming, we decided last year to upgrade the control rooms for HD and combine the separate facilities into a single master control with centralcasting originating from Redding. Read the article (.pdf)...