Broadcast Solutions

From TV studios to the seamless integration of broadcast automation systems, Infoline's products span the entire spectrum of modern broadcasting. With a commitment to excellence, we redefine the landscape of program switching centers and direction systems, offering a comprehensive suite of solutions that meet the needs of the media industry.

What is Studio Lighting?

Broadcast Solutions represent a comprehensive suite of products and systems designed to facilitate every aspect of modern media production, distribution, and management.

Infoline, a leader in the industry, offers a wide scope of Broadcast Solutions that span TV studios, outside broadcast trucks, broadcast automation systems, program switching centers, and direction systems.


TV Studios

In TV studios, Broadcast Solutions encompass a range of equipment and systems essential for live and recorded productions. This includes cameras, lighting, audio equipment, and control systems that collectively contribute to the creation of engaging and high-quality content.


Outside Broadcast Trucks

Mobile broadcasting units, commonly known as outside broadcast trucks, are equipped with advanced technology for on-the-go live productions. These trucks house cameras, production consoles, and communication systems, enabling broadcasters to cover events from various locations.


Broadcast Automation Systems

Automation is a key element in modern broadcasting, streamlining repetitive tasks and ensuring seamless operation. Broadcast automation systems include software and hardware components that automate processes such as scheduling, playout, and content management.


Program Switching Center

The program switching center is a hub where live or recorded content is selected and directed for broadcast. This involves the use of switchers to transition between different video and audio sources, ensuring a smooth and professionally produced output.


Direction Systems

Direction systems play a crucial role in live productions, providing tools for directors to orchestrate and control various elements of a broadcast. This includes cues for camera operators, timing for transitions, and coordination of audiovisual elements.