GTRK «Chukotka» is a member of Federal State Unitary Enterprise “The Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Company“. It is based in the farthest part of Russia in the city of Anadyr. Recently it saw a large-scale renovation. While our specialists were busy with training it was running in Test mode. Now the broadcaster is equipped with the state-of-the-art technology.
The All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK) is the market leader in national broadcast and the leading producer of TV content. Today the Company consists of more than 80 regional TV channels and radio stations that broadcast through all regions of the Russian Federation.
In 2014, under the VGTRK’s global technical modernization project, 38 regional TV channels (the Company’s branches) got new broadcast equipment. The concept of re-equipment was to run the technology of content production in HD format, as well as to automate the process of news, advertising and theme programs production and playout.
BRAM Technologies, a leading manufacturer of software products for broadcasters, media companies, content producers, commercial networks, operators and government organizations, has installed a next-generation multi-platform newsroom NewHouse to GTRK «Irkutsk».
GTRK «Krasnoyarsk», a subsidiary of “The Russian Television and Radio Broadcasting Company” (VGTRK), operates in the Krasnoyarsk region. It is one of the oldest broadcasters in the area, on air since 1957.
The broadcaster wanted to switch to HD and replace their existing newsroom system to have a workflow suitable for modern news delivery and to improve collaboration among their staff.
Russia’s state-owned television and radio broadcaster, VGTRK, announced the launch of a new automated on-Air TV complex (Russian: RAEK) that was developed for the main TV channels backup. Supply of equipment and software, setting up and running of the complex were carried out by specialists of Vidau Systems integration company in partnership with BRAM Technologies, Russian leading developer of videoservers and broadcast automation software.