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    CNBC Pakistan Chooses Pebble Beach Automation
    New CNBC newsroom in Pakistan installs Neptune system

    18/04/2005

    Las Vegas, National Association of Broadcasters Convention, 18 April 2005 – Pebble Beach Systems (Booth # SU9343), a leading provider of automation software solutions to the broadcast market, has today announced the installation of its state of the art multi-channel Neptune system at the new CNBC facility in Karachi, Pakistan. This system will provide the playout capabilities for two new news studios, which are due on air later this year. Television Systems Ltd (TSL), is the system integrator for the design and construction of this new facility.

    CNBC Pakistan is owned by Pakistani company VNTV, which is supported by NBC-Universal-owned CNBC and will have full access to the CNBC global programme network. When it goes to air later this year, the channel will broadcast a 24-hour mixture of locally sourced and international business television programmes in both Urdu and English.

    At CNBC Pakistan, the Pebble Beach Neptune automation system will control a 7-port Omneon video server, five VTRs and an NVision master control switcher. The system also interfaces to ENPS using the MOS protocol. This MOS interface supports rundown imports from ENPS and dynamic updates. There are also user definable fields enabling important information to be transferred from the Newsroom system to the automation system. The system at CNBC Pakistan will start as a two channel system but has been designed to easily expand to control other channels should this be required in future.

    “We evaluated a number of products with TSL for the project in Pakistan and the Pebble Beach Neptune system offered a great solution to meet the needs of our new newsroom. This system simplifies the news workflow and enables operators to control the news playout from an Omneon server via a simple user interface,“ said Aaron Shaw, CNBC Pakistan’s technical consultant.

    “We are delighted to have been selected by CNBC Pakistan to handle the playout for the company’s new news channels in Karachi. It shows yet again how far our business has come when a major organisation such as CNBC select our automation products to play such a mission critical role in their business,” said Peter Hajittofi, managing director, Pebble Beach Systems. “This is our first installation at CNBC and we are excited about future opportunities with the company going forward,” concluded Hajittofi.

    http://www.pebble.tv/news_latest.asp?newsID=24


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    CNBC Pakistan will launch in the first quarter of 2005, announced H.E. Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Chairman, CNBC Pakistan
    United Arab Emirates: Sunday, September 05 - 2004 at 13:22 GMT+4

    Abu Dhabi:
    His Excellency was quoted today following a meeting in Abu Dhabi with Mr. Zafar Siddiqi, President, CNBC Pakistan. 'We are very proud', His Excellency added, 'to be associated as a shareholder with the world's most respected and recognized brand name in financial reporting.'

    Broadcasting from state of the art studios and production facilities in Karachi, Islamabad and Lahore, CNBC Pakistan will transmit live programming in both Urdu and in English from a Pakistani perspective, 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. 'CNBC Pakistan will be a notable addition to the Pakistani media landscape', remarked Mr. Siddiqi, 'and will utilize the global resources of the CNBC network to deliver a continous flow of relevant, engaging news and information from all of the Pakistani markets and from business centers around the world.' 'CNBC Pakistan will broadcast according to the highest international newsgathering and reporting standards', Mr. Siddiqi continued, 'and we have also made a large investment in the Human Resources area to bring the best and most talented Pakistani's to the channel, and to provide media training for Pakistani's interested in pursuing a career in the media sector.'

    CNBC Pakistan is owned by VNTV, a Pakistani company, but will have access to the CNBC global network, which reaches 200 million households around the world, and the world-class resources of Dow Jones & Company. CNBC affiliates are noted for their on-screen trademark business assets including the streaming Stock Ticker, information stack, and the market and data specifc Hotboards. CNBC is a division of the recently formed media conglomerate NBC-Universal that is comprised of CNBC, the leading global business news network; NBC, the #1 television broadcast network in the United States; Universal Studios, the world's premiere motion picture studio, as well a library of over 4,000 film titles and 40,000 television episodes, extensive movie and television franchises around the world, and powerfully branded theme parks, resorts and consumer products.

    www.cnbcpakistan.com

    http://www.ameinfo.com/44742.html

    CNBC Pakistan installs Pebble Beach automation

    May 12, 2005 2:36 PM
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    Pebble Beach Systems installed its multichannel Neptune system at the new CNBC facility in Karachi, Pakistan. This system will provide the playout capabilities for two new news studios, which are due on air later this year.

    Pakistani company VNTV, which is supported by NBC-Universal-owned CNBC, and will have full access to the CNBC global program network, owns CNBC Pakistan. When it goes to air later this year, the channel will broadcast a 24-hour mixture of locally sourced and international business television programs in both Urdu and English.

    At CNBC Pakistan, the Pebble Beach Neptune automation system will control a seven-port Omneon video server, five VTRs and an NVision master control switcher. The system also interfaces to ENPS using the MOS protocol. This MOS interface supports rundown imports from ENPS and dynamic updates. They are also user-definable fields enabling important information to be transferred from the newsroom system to the automation system. The CNBC Pakistan system will start as a two-channel unit but has been designed to expand to control other channels if the need arises.

    Television Systems designed and integrated the new facility.

    For more information, visit www.pebble.tv.



    things go so slow.....

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    Thansk to Nightrider.
    but why can"t the PTV Satellite 4090/4091 show live Pakistani International Cricket matches, to the millions of pakistani people liveing abroad.
    Thanks for reading my mail.
    JPS-Australia

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    well bro i wish i know that bt i hope u got ary on pas 10... its not live bt... lil help

 

 

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