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SEVEN Taiwan broadcasters used Inscriber's open system-based RTX to display results for their national election held on December 1.
Taiwan's TVBS, TVBS-N, FTV (Formosa TV), CTS (Chinese Television System), PTS (Public Television Service), CTV (China Television), TNN (Taiwan News Network) and ETV (Eastern Television) used Inscriber RTX to create custom broadcast electoral presentations that utilised RTX's unique ability to display live election results.
Inscriber RTX is one of the world's most widely used application for the display of sports scores, election results, financial services, stock tickers, weather displays, home shopping, horse racing and general information channels.
Broadcasters using RTX gain full control of the screen elements. RTX can split screens to combine video, text, clocks, animations and multiple layers of broadcast quality text. RTX offers maximum flexibility for broadcasters seeking to create a unique solution.
In addition to RTX systems, the broadcasters also chose Inscriber CgoXtreme as the character generator used to design the election on-air graphic look. (CD)
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