Solid State Logic, winner of this year’s Technical GrammyAward and winner of three consecutive TEC Awards, announced strongsales of both C100 and C200 (pictured at right) Digital Consoles for2003. According to SSL, sales activity reflects rapid industry adoptionof the new C100/200 digital console line since the launch of the C100at last April’s NAB. The broadcast industry has embraced theconsole’s design, features and ability to meet the challenges ofDTV. The C200, also introduced at NAB, has drawn clients from both themusic and post-production industries due to the console’s abilityto address high-bandwidth recording standards.
Rick Plushner, president of SSL North America, said, “SolidState Logic has created the C100/200 to meet the demands of thebroadcast industry as it migrates to all digital production. Our C100console has been instantly recognized by broadcasters in the U.S.,including ABC World News Tonight With Peter Jennings, Comcast,NBA, the Golf Channel and the Food Network. Internationally, we haveseen sales to NHK Japan, Disney Broadcasting, Danish Broadcasting SeoulBroadcasting and Channel 9 Australia. We’re very happy with suchan immediate response, with many users now owning more than oneconsole.”
SSL also reported one of its largest orders of the year for the FoxNetwork. Fox Promotions and Fox Sports ordered a total of six C200consoles for post-production, making them among the first to base theirfacilities around the C-range platform.
C100 Digital Broadcast Consoles have been sold to facilities aroundthe world, topping 15 installations since its release, including twoconsoles to Danish Broadcasting; one to the Golf Channel, Fla.; one toNHK Sapporo, Japan; one to Disney Broadcast; one to NBA Entertainment,N.J.; one to Core Digital, Ariz.; two consoles to Seoul Broadcast(SBS), Korea; one to TCN Channel 9, Australia; one to ABC TV3, N.Y.;one to Nippon Hoso, Japan; one to MBC, Korea; one to the Food Network,N.Y.; and one to Comcast, Penn.
C200 sales reached 15 and spanned the globe, including one consoleto Office Terra, Japan; one to WCU; one to Underdog Entertainment,Calif.; one to Imagica Akasaka, Japan; one to Bicoastal Recording,N.Y.; four to Fox Promo, Calif.; two to Fox Sports, Calif.; one toCroatian Radio, Croatia; one to Omnibus, Japan; one to TV Tokyo, Japan;and one for Odds on Recording, Las Vegas.
To find out more about SSL and its products lines, please go to www.solid-state-logic.com