July 12, 2024
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TSL is inviting IBC 2023 attendees to experience first-hand new Advance Broadcast Control solutions and capabilities on stand 10.B41.

The lineup features 14 key workflow applications including the new TSL X-Connect IP routing and GTP-V1 live production control solutions running in the cloud; the new GTP-42 secure 1RU option for TSL Flex; and a freshly updated Tallyman product line with powerful redundancy capabilities and new 1RU offering – TM1-Tally -a new entry level option to enable a wider range of broadcast and media providers to access TSL’s wide-ranging control capabilities with an upgrade path available to enable future scalability.

Matthew Quade, CEO of TSL, said: “The wide range of TSL control solution offerings – from entry-level to advanced – makes us the ideal go-to partner for flexibility, reliable quality and affordability.

“We can help design a transition that reduces engineering resource costs and optimises sustainability, all while de-risking and future-proofing facilities in a way that maximizes the lifetime ROI.”

TSL Control offers modular processing to help customers manage a wide range of challenges, including the transition to IP, reactive ad insertion, universal device control, camera delegation, protocol translation, router control, server/clip control, SNMP monitoring, disaster recovery systems, monitoring (firing presets, creating salvos), graphics, scheduled actions, and secondary events.

The award-winning TSL TallyMan product family serves as the central control system for fast-paced media workflows, eliminating the chaos of managing multiple hubs and bespoke systems required to produce and distribute sports, news, concerts, house of worship, and other live broadcast events.

Control challenges that come with smaller systems or fly-packs can be addressed and easily reconfigured as production demands change.

New redundancy capabilities further simplify productions and bring greater return on investment.

Maurice Snell, Control Solutions Architect, TSL, said: “Our advanced control solutions have grown from a one-feature product – live production tallies – to a complete broadcast control product including router control, device control, and more, serving a much more critical role in customer workflows.

“Redundancy has become more important than ever before. In the past, customers had to deploy complex and expensive external solutions to achieve control system redundancy.

“Now, with the new TallyMan capabilities, they have an easy-to-use, cost-effective, fully automated redundancy solution that doesn’t need additional rack space. With just a small optional control panel, they can monitor and override the redundancy.”