WLVT, the public broadcaster serving eastern Pennsylvania and western New Jersey, has streamlined its monitoring workflow.
The station, which includes Philadelphia and Reading, Pa., in its coverage area, has transitioned to centralized, software-defined monitoring with the assistance of the Qligent Point system. The new monitoring system has accelerated problem resolution and compliance monitoring, transforming the stations master control operations, according to Qligent.
Qligent Point has made it possible for the station to consolidate signal monitoring responsibilities to a single workstation. The system provides detailed information on audio loudness, closed captioning, EAS transmission and other pertinent video, audio and data events, it says.
“Qligent simplifies what was traditionally a complex single monitoring workload. Now it’s easy for any operator, regardless of technical expertise, to quickly determine a signal problem and where it’s coming from,” says David Guerrero, WLVT chief operating officer.
More information is available on the Qligent website.