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Introducing end-to-end workflow V olicon and Kaltura have announced a technology partnership that enables an end- to-end workflow for bringing live broadcast capture and captioning to the full range of digital and social media platforms quickly and cost-effectively. The companies’ integrated solution unites the unique content capture, streaming, review, and clip-extraction capabilities of Volicon’s Observer(R) Media Intelligence Platform(TM) with the highly automated video transcoding, publishing, and management tools of Kaltura’s video platform to facilitate delivery of “rights approved” and captioned content to all digital platforms with unparalleled speed and efficiency. Dalet acquires AmberFin D alet Digital Media Systems, a leading provider of Media Asset Management (MAM) solutions, software and services for broadcasters and content providers, today announced that it has signed a definitive agreement with Advent Venture Partners to acquire AmberFin, the highly regarded, UK-based company that specializes in video ingest, complex media manipulation, transcoding and quality control (QC) solutions. The acquisition signifi cantly broadens the Dalet product offerings, which are built around an open, IT-centric technology framework. It affi rms the company’s dominance in MAM and media workfl ow management by creating end-to-end solutions that include comprehensive MAM capabilities along with state-of-the art image processing, media transcoding and distribution. Vitec Videocom announces intention to acquire Autocue A s part of an ongoing strategic programme to deliver improved service, support and experience to its customers worldwide, along with innovative products, Vitec Videocom, a division of theVitec Group plc, has reached a conditional agreement to acquire Autocue. Autocue, established in 1955 and a provider of a broad range of teleprompting hardware and software products, will complement Vitec Videocoms portfolio of products for the broadcast, pro-videography, corporate and public sectors. The acquisition will help to ensure that customers receive a broader range of technologies and solutions that address the entire spectrum of requirements for studio and outside broadcast applications in terms of size and functionality. Digital Vision forges OEM partnership with Sundog D igital Vision is pleased to announce a key OEM partnership with Sundog Media Toolkit, which will make Digital Visions DVO tools available on demand Peter Charles, Director of OEM Sales, Digital Vision says, “Our OEM strategy continues to grow from strength to strength, and our partnership with Sundog underlines our aim to bring the best creative tools to the industry in a cost-effective, scalable and secure manner. LOOK OUT FOR ISSUE 90 LANDING ON DESKS FROM 9 TH JUNE! Next month’s issue will also be at all TV-BAY TOUR VENUES: www.tv-bay.com/tour CONTENT: Storage, security, archive, management, delivery PLUS... Broadcast Asia Read all previous tv-bay articles at www.tv-bay.com/articles and follow @tvbaynews for latest news. Following @tvbay will keep you up to date on general chat and announcements. TV-BAY MAGAZINE: ISSUE 89 MAY 2014 | 41