Chyron’s CAMIO, LyricX, and PRIME Video Walls Unify Graphics Management Across RTVE Set and Broadcasts
MELVILLE, N.Y. — May 4, 2021 — Chyron today announced that Radio Television España (RTVE), which oversees Spain’s public broadcasting services, has equipped two refurbished Madrid studios with state-of-the-art video wall systems driven by a new Chyron PRIME Video Walls system, a newly refreshed CAMIO template-based graphics asset management solution, and updated LyricX CG systems. Together these Chyron solutions give RTVE the agility to adapt sophisticated studio graphics quickly from show to show and to reconfigure graphics playout across displays of any size, number, shape, or pixel count.
CAMIO not only orchestrates the graphics workflow for RTVE news studios, but also enables tighter integration of Chyron graphics authoring and playout tools into the news and production environment. As a result, the graphics department can be more responsive and effective in addressing editorial content and constraints. With PRIME Video Walls, RTVE also gains the flexibility to play out graphics across any LED screen at any resolution, and across any new displays as they are added.
RTVE took this new graphics workflow live on Feb. 15 with spectacular news programming dedicated to elections coverage.
“RTVE has worked with Chyron real-time graphics authoring and playout technology for some years now, and it’s exciting to see how this implementation of PRIME Video Walls, along with CAMIO workflow tools and LyricX, opens up new opportunities for leveraging advanced graphics across RTVE’s video wall installations,” said Rosa Pereiro, senior sales director for Southern Europe at Chyron. “By unifying control under CAMIO, RTVE is reducing overall costs, simplifying operation for its graphics team and journalists, and delivering the advanced graphics today’s viewers expect to see in live news programming.”
With the help of local integrator Clearcom, which supplied the Chyron solutions, Chyron and RTVE performed installation, training, and commissioning of the new PRIME Graphics systems while maintaining appropriate distancing protocols.