Studer OnAir 3000 Consoles Power New Tele Südostschweiz Studios in Bonaduz, Switzerland
June 04, 2009
BONADUZ, Switzerland — Tele Südostschweiz, located in southeastern Switzerland, has recently installed a Studer OnAir 3000 console into the broadcast control room, providing the engineers with a wide range of flexibility and excellent audio quality for its wide range of productions.
The installation of the Studer OnAir 3000 consoles into the new studios emphasize the necessity for clear workflows and an infrastructure that supports the production of daily newscasts and the administration of purchased programs as efficiently as possible. The VJ’s of Tele Südostschweiz have a total of nine HD cameras available, which allows them to directly record reports onto flash data carriers for additional broadcast versatilty.
The Studer OnAir 3000 operates with 12 faders in the main control room at Tele Sudostschweiz studios and is responsible for broadcasting Swiss newscasts, weather reports and talk shows. The programs are then produced and provided by affiliate TV stations and are efficiently transcoded via satellite or file-exchange.
Three production centers with twelve editing workstations at available to the VJ’s at the main studio in Bonaduz. There are also three workspaces in the regional studio in Glarus for extended versatility. At the Glarus facility, the material is received, edited, set to music and then filed for production, where the finalized features are distributed to the playout system in MPEG-2 format.
Finalized programs are then filed into the broadcast system, fed to the cable provider Cablecom, located in Chur, and distributed to the cable networks throughout the entire southeast corner of Switzerland.
For more information on Tele Südostscheiz, please visit www.telesuedostschweiz.ch