George Mason Upgrades HD Studio with Ross
GMU-TV (George Mason University) in Fairfax County, Virginia upgraded their HD Studio with a Ross Carbonite 2 Multi-Definition Production Switcher and XPression Character Generator, with plans on upgrading a second studio in Spring 2012.
GMU-TV provides Telecourses for distributed learning, public affairs programming promoting community involvement and community outreach for public awareness.
“Mason has a number of staff familiar with Adobe CS software, and we felt that the XPression interface would make for a comfortable transition when upgrading our old CG to HD,” said Greg Smalfelt, director of engineering, GMU-TV. “We have always been long time fans of Ross’ switchers, and Carbonite has lived up to our expectations. None the less, we were very excited to have David Ross stop by GMU to not only see how the installation went, but to sign our Carbonite Switcher.”