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Eventide Lengthens Delay to 40 Seconds

Eventide Lengthens Delay to 40 Seconds
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It's a safe bet that new or upgraded profanity delays are going to be a popular discussion topic at the NAB convention in the coming days.
Eventide has extended the delay time available in its profanity delay. It is announcing a 40-second version of its BD500 at the show.
VP of Marketing Ray Maxwell said Eventide invented the broadcast obscenity delay in 1977 and "has effectively doubled the available delay previously available."
Info: www.eventide.com.


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