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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.
Chyron (NASDAQ:CHYR), a leading provider of broadcast-quality digital graphics solutions for television stations and networks and for online, out of home and mobile applications, plans to release its first quarter 2009 results on Tuesday, May 12, 2009, before the market open.
Chyron Corporation (NASDAQ:CHYR) today announced a technology partnership with the Danish company Asseto as part of Chyron's Partner Program to provide targeted media creation system solutions and the best hands-on experience for users.
Chyron Corporation (NASDAQ:CHYR) today announced a technology partnership agreement to integrate Forbidden Technologies' award-winning "FORscene" web-based video toolkit with Chyron's AXIS Graphics web services.
Chyron will host a conference call on Thursday, March 12, 2009 at 10:00 am, which will be webcast by Thomson Financial and accessible at www.
Chyron (NASDAQ: CHYR) today announced Waterman Broadcasting's WBBH-TV, the NBC affiliate for the Fort Myers, Florida, market, successfully engaged up to a 20% advantage in viewership over the competition during the evening of the US Elections utilizing Chyron's Creative Services for a seamless look with the parent broadcaster.
Chyron (NASDAQ: CHYR), a leading provider of Graphics as a Service for On Air, Online, Out of Home and Mobile applications, today announced the election of Roger Ogden as Chairman of the Board.
Chyron (NASDAQ: CGS), a leading provider of broadcast-quality digital graphics solutions for television stations and networks and for online, out of home and mobile applications, today announced that the company's CEO, Michael Wellesley-Wesley, and CFO, Jerry Kieliszak, will preside over the closing bell ceremony on Friday, September 5, 2008 at the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York City to commemorate Chyron's listing on the NASDAQ stock market on September 3, 2008.
Chyron (AMEX: CGS), the leading digital graphics solutions provider for On Air, Online, Out of Home and Mobile applications, today announced that it has hired Ken F.
Chyron (AMEX: CGS) has today announced that Televisa, the largest Spanish speaking media company in the world, has installed two Chyron HD/SD-switchable HyperX2 systems, which add to its already established portfolio, to provide graphics for its coverage of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
Chyron (AMEX:CGS) and Gannett Broadcasting today announced that Gannett Broadcasting has made a multi-year commitment to Chyron's AXIS web-based content creation services across all 23 Gannett owned TV Stations.