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CTS TV selects LaON’s Genie intercom system

CTS TV selects LaON’s Genie intercom system

CTS TV selects LaON’s Genie intercom system

Korea:

Christian Television System (CTS TV) based in Seoul has chosen LaON’s flagship intercom system, Genie, for its two studios and art hall. CTS TV preaches the gospel to non-believers as well as to 50,000 Korean churches and 12 million believers. It is described as the first 130-year-old mission video broadcasting station in Korean church history to produce mission, education, culture, art, lifestyle and information programmes.

Previously, CTS TV had been using old analogue intercom systems for a long time and needed to replace them with a new, state-of-the-art system that would help the station increase programming and events during the pandemic. A Genie BS1000 base station has been installed in the studios’ control room and four four-wire lines have been connected to the existing matrix system. LaON has also provided different communication group channels for the beltpacks in the two studios.

BS1000 base station
BS1000 base station

Meanwhile, a second Genie system that includes two remote antennas has been installed in the art hall located inside the CTS TV building. The wireless beltpacks in the art hall and studios can be used together if more beltpacks are required by linking the base station to the beltpack screen menu.

Joonyoung Jung, technical director at CTS TV, commented: “The audio quality of Genie is really excellent and it is scalable with any number of beltpack connections. Also, Genie is a very efficient and flexible system to design and one system can be used for multiple studios.”

Miyoun Park, sales manager at LaON Techonlogy, added: “Typically, between one and three separate wireless intercom systems are used in a broadcasting studio. With earlier intercom systems, there was a limit on the number of group communication channels, so it was normal for each team have its own system. However, Genie supports multiple group channels which can reduce the amount of systems needed if the client’s workflow allows it. It is one of Genie’s big advantages.”



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