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Rascular Technology

Rascular is a UK-based broadcast software company. We specialise in the development of broadcast software control technology for third-party hardware playout devices. This allows broadcasters to benefit from the use of best-of-breed hardware playout devices from a range of manufacturers yet be able to control set-up and on-air functionality remotely from a single screen.

We make software that puts you in control of your broadcast enviroment.

Over the past ten years we’ve evolved our solutions to provide advanced, easy-to-use device control from pre-defined or user-defined soft control panels. Our technology is used by over 150 broadcasters globally including Discovery Communications Europe,BSkyB, Red Bee Media, M-Net, Sky Italia and ARD.

More info: www.rascular.com

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  • Commander

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