Press Release Summary:
Used to verify television aired material and provide full FCC compliance monitoring, MediaVeriFire also provides features that streamline station operations. Solution captures full bandwidth at 19.39 Mbps with complete TR 101 290 conformance testing and provides Web interface for control and monitoring. While proxies can be streamed over Internet or viewed fromÂ browser, UI also allows records to be reviewed, logged, and trimmed.
Original Press Release:
Digital Broadcast to Introduce MediaVerifire Verification System at NAB 2016 Booth N7119
DBI to also Highlight New Developments in IP, Archiving and Cloud Sharing
GAINESVILLE, FL – DBI Digital Broadcast announced today it will introduce its new MediaVeriFire system at NAB 2016 Booth N7119. The system verifies television aired material and provides full FCC compliance monitoring, but with additional innovative features to steamline station operations.
The MediaVeriFire captures full bandwidth at 19.39 Mbp with complete TR 101 290 conformance testing. It provides a web interface for control and monitoring. Proxies can be streamed over the internet or viewed from a browser. With the user-friendly interface, records can be reviewed, logged and trimmed.
DBI's MediaVault Archive System will be featured at the booth as well. This system offers RAID, Blu-ray, and/or LTO tape for economical mass storage of broadcast media. It provides advanced search features from a desktop, editor or workstation. Highlighted this year will be MediaVault's cloud storage capability for off-site backup and shared access.
DBI MediaVault Sharing unites the stations in a group with a cache containing databases, thumbnails, browsers, scripts and rundowns as well as the full bandwidth material that can be searched and filtered according to station, keyword, date, etc. When a breaking news story occurs that all the stations want, it can be distributed simultaneously over the cloud to all stations in a single step.
Digital Broadcast will also be demonstrating IP as well as baseband and hybrid Automation Systems in their booth. The IP system is an especially cost effective turnkey, from ingest to delivery to the transmitter and cable, including graphics and monitoring.
Also featured at the show will be the NewsBank Automated Newsroom System that consolidates servers and editing functions so that news stories can be ingested, edited and automatically aired. MOS interfaces with the major news delivery services make airing from a dynamic rundown simple.
About Digital Broadcast
DIGITAL BROADCAST offers a premier line of broadcast program and news automation control products including master control automation, newsroom automation, automated media delivery transference, on-air verification, disaster recovery, archiving, and broadcast centralization. Digital Broadcast products feature totally integrated hardware and software and interfaces to the full range of existing station equipment and services. Headquartered in Gainesville, Florida, Digital Broadcast maintains U.S. regional offices for the West Coast, Southwest, Southeast, Midwest and Northeast.