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RTVC’s peace stations are designed to promote dialogue, which is independent of party, economic or ideological interests. Each station is geared to create 104 hours of content every month and is structured to reflect language and interests which are relevant to its transmission area.
The first of RTVC’s peace stations went live on July 25, 2019, and the new stations are located in the municipalities of Fundación, Tumaco, San José del Guaviare and San Vicente del Caguán.
“They are additional to 11 decentralized RTVC broadcast facilities already operating with DHD SX2 consoles,” says Juan Pablo Leon, ASPA ANDINA engineer. “Each station has two studios, both equipped with a DHD SX2 console. These comprise a 16-input-channel desk configured for live broadcasting and a compact four-input-channel dual-layer mixer configured for recording.
“Both have motorised faders and can be operated manually or, using DHD’s Assist App, under full IP-based remote control. Multi-touch TFT display screens on each console allow efficient configuration of inputs and outputs to meet daily workflow requirements. Each station system supports up to 128 bidirectional channels of Audinate Dante connectivity.”
“This ongoing project…is playing an important role in enhancing Colombia’s social fabric.”Christoph Gottert, DHD’s head of international sales
The modular SX2 is based on a four-fader central module. Each module can be daisy-chained with others to create a standalone mixing desk and features can be extended by adding optional license codes to the DSP core to create extra faders, busses and clean-feeds.
“We are very pleased to have partnered with RTVC and DHD in this ongoing project which is playing an important role in enhancing Colombia’s social fabric,” adds Christoph Gottert, DHD’s head of international sales. “With their extensive use of audio-over-IP, these installations set a very good example of efficient and effective broadcast network systems operation.”