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9. Avid announced the new Pro Tools 10 software and Pro Tools HDX hardware at the show. 10. Prasad Patil and Rajesh Sadarangani of Rivera, which distributes DiGiCo, Adamson, HK Audio. 11. Arshi Krishna of Philips. 12. The Roland stand. 13. Wilfred Pinto of Pace. 14. Bhushan Dhakras of Seachanger with Rasesh Parekh of IES.


solutions including the NXStor SBB platform, the Roamer 1400-7SM and the 3DBOXX 8550 Xtreme workstation. “We are delighted to be exhibiting our very latest and best solutions for the Broadcast arena,” said Manoj Nayee, Managing Director of Boston Limited. Sun Infonet exhibited the latest broadcast range from Shure including the new Axient wireless management network, UR5 portable wireless receiver, and UR3 plug-on transmitter. Director Neeraj Chandra said: “This is our first time exhibiting at Broadcast India. Shure has introduced some broadcasting products into their range and we would like to grow in this market. This is the main reason for exhibit- ing here. It’s not generally a show that we expect to sell products at, it’s more about brand awareness.” Sun Infonet also diaplayed the Allen & Heath broadcast- ing mixers - GSR24M and ZED-R16 - at the show. Another first time exhibitor at Broadcast India was Christie. Alex Teo, part of Christie’s marketing team said: “We are showcasing the broadcast set up for the first time in India. Judging by the interest we’ve had, I think we’ll be back again next year.” It was also the first time for Modern Stage Service, which represents Avolites, PR Lighting, SGM, Antari, LDR, Zero88, Stark, and StudioDue, DTS and Laserworld in the Indian market. Broadcast India 2012 will take place on 10-12 October at the Bombay Exhibition Centre. For information go to: www.broadcastindiashow.com


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