Harris Corp. playing big role in Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games coverage

Yesterday, Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium announced that it has selected Harris Corporation to deliver an end-to-end HD broadcast solution for the Consortium’s suite of assets during its unprecedented coverage of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

The Harris ONE™ solution features a variety of Harris graphics, servers and editing, networking, processing, branding and test and measurement equipment. The system brings together highly integrated products that enable advanced media workflows and will provide the Consortium with the highest quality broadcast technology for its delivery of Olympic Games coverage like never before.

“Harris is supplying Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium with integrated broadcast and production solutions that allow us to centrally receive, manage and create program elements and distribute them to multiple stations across Canada, ” said CTV Inc. Senior VP of Engineering, Operations and IT Allan Morris. “Harris was committed to working with us in the development and enhancements of the overall systems. The company’s longevity, stability and training of our support staff were significant factors in our decision to centralize our broadcast operations with Harris solutions.”

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