TelVue Adds AdCaster Digital Ad Server

TelVue_LogoTelVue Corporation launched the TelVue AdCaster A1000 Digital Ad Server at the NAB show. The AdCaster is a digital ad insertion platform designed for as many as 64 SD or HD channels. The company said it is particularly suited to local markets, Tier 2 and 3 MSO line-ups, and low to medium volume applications. The AdCaster integrates with industry standard Ad Splicers and Traffic and Billing systems. 

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