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Korea’s KBS Chooses Digigram Sound Cards
MONTBONNOT, FRANCE— Korean national broadcaster KBS is integrating Digigram sound cards with an Adsoft radio broadcasting system and a Dalet recording, editing and media asset management system in an installation designed to enhance the quality and continuity of KBS radio and television programming.
“We have used Digigram sound cards for more than a decade, and the company’s products were the clear choice as we began planning our new radio and television production system," said Yun Seong Lee, manager of the radio technology department at KBS.
In concert with the company's software development kit, Digigram sound cards offer unique dedicated functions for the entire audio production chain, including field recording, ingest, editing, production, live-assist, routing, play-out and logging.
Digigram offers IP-based solutions that enable the capture, production and delivery of high-quality audio and video over IP networks.
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