BURLINGTON, Massachusetts (September 25, 2006) Broadcast Pix™ Inc. today announced the delivery of its 200th system. The customer, PBS affiliate, WLAE-TV in New Orleans, recently installed a Broadcast Pix 2000 switcher in a remote truck being used by the station’s production company, LAE Productions. LAE Productions won a contract to begin broadcasting area high school football games on the local cable system, Cox Cable of Baton Rouge. The first game was broadcast live on August 25th.

“Broadcast Pix was the only switcher that featured a built-in CG and clip store,” said Ron Yager, Station Manager, WLAE-TV and LAE Productions. “We can complete a production with our new switcher and never need to run anything through post. Plus, it’s really compact, so fits easily within our truck. Because of its high-quality graphics and integrated approach, we’re confident it will greatly improve the quality of our field productions as well increase our overall speed and efficiency.”

Broadcast Pix systems are used in the Americas, Europe and Asia for news, events, training, presentation, sports, and all live video production applications. Broadcast customers include affiliates of ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, PBS and European broadcasters, as well as many independent and cable stations. Corporate and institutional customers include Hewlett-Packard, Microsoft, Cisco, Morgan-Stanley, General Motors, Johns Hopkins, Viacom, NASA, the US Army, colleges, mobile studios, stadiums, towns, churches and high schools.

About Broadcast Pix

Broadcast Pix provides the industry’s only live video production switchers with a built-in character generator, clip store and full-motion monitoring. They are more powerful, easier to use, and much more cost effective than a traditional control room of individual components, yet retain a fast action human interface and robustness. Broadcast Pix switchers enable a single operator to create engaging live television that used to require a team, yet gracefully adds operators when desired. They are also the only switchers that can be controlled remotely over the Internet. Broadcast Pix is based in Burlington, Massachusetts, with offices in California and Europe. Customers include leading broadcast, cable, corporate, education, entertainment, mobile, faith and government studios. For more information on Broadcast Pix, go to www.broadcastpix.com.


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