ART to deploy Inscriber RTX
The initial Inscriber RTX installation will provide the on-air brand design and graphics capabilities for three of ART’s television channels.
Arab Radio and Television Network (ART) in Jordan will soon install a large Inscriber RTX system from Harris Corporation. The initial Inscriber RTX installation will provide the on-air brand design and graphics capabilities for three of ART’s television channels. The installation will be extended to other channels later this year.
“We have been working with Harris for a number of years — in fact, our whole transmission centre is played to air from Leitch Nexio servers,” says Hassan Merei, director of engineering at ART Network. “It seemed appropriate to add the Inscriber RTX, as this product interfaces perfectly with our servers and offers a complete workflow solution. Key to our decision to purchase the Inscriber RTX was the ability to design a system with a price/performance that met our specific graphics needs. We are expecting to roll out the Inscriber RTX across a number of other channels before summer.”
Inscriber RTX enables users to create layouts consisting of advanced design elements and data from multiple sources.
“ART is one of Harris’s key customers in the Middle East, and we are delighted that the company has taken delivery of our Inscriber RTX to provide the on-air graphics and branding for three of its channels,” says Dave Dougall, vice president of sales, Europe, Africa and Middle East, for the Harris Broadcast Communications Division. “The Inscriber RTX has a substantial following worldwide, and there has been a huge surge in interest for this product in the Middle East. We are excited about the prospect of adding to this initial ART order over the coming months.”