Denver, CO (PRWEB) February 15, 2008 -
Burst was recently awarded integration contracts with the City and County of Denver and with KNCT-TV, the PBS-affiliate at Central Texas College in Killeen, Texas.
Burst will replace current production infrastructure at Denver 8 TV, including the construction of two new "mirrored" control rooms to significantly enhance the station's production capabilities at the City and County of Denver's downtown Civic Center location. Burst will provide all equipment, install and commission the system, and train city employees to use the facilities. The Burst installation will support 11 remotely controlled robotic cameras as well as maintain manually operated camera capabilities. It will extend a fiber infrastructure to accommodate more productions in more places, including a second, nearby municipal office building.
Burst was also awarded the contract for the turnkey digital master control system at KNCT-TV, the PBS-affiliate at Central Texas College in Killeen, Texas. KNCT-TV serves as a laboratory facility for students enrolled in the Radio Television Broadcasting Program at Central Texas College. Burst will design the turnkey system, purchase the equipment, complete the installation and manage implementation. The project will be completed in summer of 2008.
NCT is the Central Texas PBS affiliate. It is located on the main campus at Central Texas College in Killeen, Texas. Its mission is to provide quality programming to viewers and to serve as a laboratory facility for students enrolled in the Radio Television Broadcasting Program of Central Texas College. The station has a coverage which includes Waco and Austin Texas. KNCT has severed Central Texas for 38 years.
About Denver 8 Television:
Denver 8 TV is Denver's official government access cable channel and provides television production services to City and County of Denver agencies and elected officials. Programming features award-winning productions and includes coverage of Denver City Council meetings, Mayor news conferences, community forums as well as public policy and issue-oriented productions. The channel is fully programmed and operates on a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week basis, and is available on Comcast Cable in Denver and via internet streaming at http://www.DenverGov.org .
About Burst: Burst designs, engineers and installs creative, integrated systems for video, broadcast technologies. Burst specializes in bundled solutions to complex projects, from hardware and software, to installation and training. Owned and managed by Kirk Basefsky and Robin Heywood since 1991, Burst is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with satellite offices located in California, Kansas, New Mexico, Texas and Utah.
For more information, contact call Doug Houston at 303-858-9818.