HGTV Goes HD, Makes Teranex Video Processors Its Standard.
"As far as I'm concerned, Teranex is the only choice for delivering the image quality we require. Powerful features such as Teranex's FlexView(TM) do the best job in the industry at taking 4:3 content and scaling it to a very natural 16:9 aspect ratio," said John Ajamie, senior vice president of broadcast operations and maintenance engineering for Scripps Networks.
"We also like the flexibility of Teranex's Video Computer, knowing that through a simple software upgrade, and without any additional system purchases, installation, or training time, we'll be able to take our HD content and convert it for other international markets," Ajamie, continued.
Teranex's VC-300 3RU Video Computer performs more than 15 trillion operations per second on a fully programmable platform that allows for rapid tuning of software algorithms. This supercomputer programmability not only ensures product flexibility, but also provides future-proof protection against changing standards and formats.
Recently, Silicon Optix and Teranex announced the Realta HQV(R) video processing engine, a powerful and fully programmable single-chip video processor that brings Teranex's Video Computer platform to the home entertainment and professional large-area digital display markets. Realta is available in versions for both the consumer and professional markets and sets a new price-performance standard for the industry.
About Scripps Networks
Scripps Networks is comprised of the lifestyle television brands HGTV, Food Network, DIY Network, FINE LIVING TV NETWORK and country music network Great American Country (GAC). Scripps is the leading developer of lifestyle-oriented content for television and the Internet, where on-air programming is complemented with online content.
In addition, Scripps Networks is aggressively developing its emerging media platforms for broadband and video on demand. Scripps Networks' brands collectively are available in more than 110 countries on all seven continents. They also are distributed to 1,000 outlets on U.S. military bases and U.S. embassies around the world via the American Forces Radio and Television Service.
Headquartered in Knoxville, Tenn., with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta and Nashville, Scripps Networks is owned by The E.W. Scripps Company (NYSE:SSP), a diverse media concern with interests in newspaper publishing, broadcast television, national television networks, interactive media, and television retailing. Scripps operates 21 daily newspapers, 10 broadcast TV stations, Scripps Howard News Service, United Media, electronic retailer Shop At Home and Shopzilla.com.