chyron


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chy·ron

 (kī′rŏn)
n.
A graphic that is digitally superimposed over the lower portion of a broadcast television image or a video frame, often in the form of a banner of scrolling text providing supplementary information or of an animated graphic designed to attract the viewer's attention.

[After the Chyron Corporation, a developer of television broadcast graphics hardware and software.]
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11 March 2013 a[euro]" US Chyron Corp (NASDAQ:CHYR), a provider of graphics as a service for on-air and digital video applications, said Monday it had signed a final accord to buy Swedish graphics and data visualisation solutions specialist Hego AB and its units in an all-stock deal.
11 March 2013 - US Chyron Corp (NASDAQ:CHYR), a provider of graphics as a service for on-air and digital video applications, said Monday it had signed a final accord to buy Swedish graphics and data visualisation solutions specialist Hego AB and its units in an all-stock deal.