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KBS Relies on Digigram

Korean broadcaster uses sound cards to enable new radio and TV broadcast workflows

Korean national broadcaster KBS is relying on sound cards from Digigram to enhance its radio and television audio workflows.

The broadcaster is integrating Digigram sound cards with an Adsoft radio broadcasting system and a Dalet recording, editing and media asset management system. The installation is designed to enhance the quality and continuity of KBS radio and television programming, says the firm.

“We have used Digigram sound cards for more than a decade, and the company’s products were the clear choice as we began planning our new radio and television production system,” said Yun Seong Lee, manager of the radio technology department at KBS. “The Digigram cards integrate very smoothly with our preferred broadcast systems, and we are confident that they will provide the quality and stability essential for creation of a top-tier broadcast solution.”

With the Digigram Software Development Kit, explains the company, the sound cards offer dedicated functions for the entire audio production chain, including field recording, ingest, editing, production, live-assist, routing, playout, and logging.