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RGB, DTS Stay CALM on All Screens

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CALABASAS, Calif. and SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- DTS, Inc. (Nasdaq: DTSI), a leader in high-definition audio technology, and RGB Networks, the leading supplier of scalable multiscreen IP video delivery solutions, today announced a collaboration between the two companies to integrate DTS audio solutions into RGB’s multiscreen IP video delivery products. Initially deployed on RGB’s TransAct Encoder/Transcoder, the joint solution now enables broadcasters and video service providers (VSPs) to distribute high definition audio across consumers’ portable devices and set-top boxes. With the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act passed to prevent loud commercials, video delivery platforms must meet these and other loudness control standards globally on multiple devices. DTS audio solutions control and match content loudness without compromising sound quality; delivering a consistent, natural sound to support the multiscreen entertainment experience. By implementing DTS loudness solutions, broadcasters and VSPs can achieve compliance with the CALM Act and other governed loudness targets worldwide, allowing consumers to enjoy content and programming without having to worry about changing volume levels on their receivers during commercial breaks. RGB Networks Inc.

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