Announcement

Applied Electronics Selects Christie to Help Rebrand and Relaunch CBC News

Applied Electronics Selects Christie HD10K-M Projectors and Christie Spyder X20 Video Processor to Help Rebrand and Relaunch CBC News.
Posted 3/9/2010


When the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canada’s national public broadcaster, rebranded “CBC Newsworld” and relaunched its primetime show,   “The National,” the network turned to Applied Electronics Limited (AEL) to design, engineer and integrate the display technology for two new sets and studio configurations. 

AEL selected two award-winning Christie HD10K-M 3-chip DLP® projectors and two Christie Spyder X20-1608 video/widescreen display processors to help deliver the new on-air look that debuted Oct. 26, 2009. AEL has enjoyed a nearly 30-year business relationship with Christie® based on trust and a proven track record of product performance and reliability, qualities that were in demand for what has been called “the most sweeping re-organization in CBC history”

Read the full story of the CBC Newsworld installation here.