Broadcast Pix demonstrated a range of switcher panels that are priced for school budgets and can be easily used by students–making them ideal for school news programs, the company said. High school and college students producing daily or weekly news segments can use the switchers, including the Slate 1000 and Slate 2100, to edit stories, insert or remove graphics, and more. The switchers are suited for one student or up to five or six, and students who use the production system often leave high school or college with highly desired technical skills, according to the company.
TechSmith displayed Camtasia Studio, a recording and video distribution software package. Users can create video files, PowerPoint presentations, and more, and they can record, edit, and produce their own videos.