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Forscene introduces new tool designed to increase audience engagement Posted: 10/01/2017

Broadcasters and programme-makers can now easily incorporate user generated content into their edits and on social media with a new software development kit available on the Forscene cloud video platform. Dubbed Camera SDK, the tool is being used for the first time by Licklemor Productions to increase audience engagement on the popular Sky1 youth magazine show, Whats Up TV.

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Traditional production methods cant meet increased demand for video content Posted: 01/12/2016

Television and video professionals dont have time to learn how to use the advanced technology that the industry has traditionally relied on, according to a recent survey by Forbidden Technologies, makers of cloud video platform, Forscene.   

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Live event specialists pick Forscene for fast highlight edits Posted: 03/11/2016

Professional video editing software, Forscene, has been chosen by Australian streaming video producers, Corrivium, for fast turnaround editing and collaboration on live online events.  The contract was facilitated and will be supported by Digistor, Forscenes recently-appointed service provider to the Australian and New Zealand markets.   

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Forscene tackles remote challenges with new app and amp; virtual ingest Posted: 17/10/2016

Professional video editing software, Forscene is now even more accessible with the introduction of a review app and new UI for the Forscene Virtual Ingest Server running on Mac.  These new technologies will be make it even easier for remote crews and contributors to use Forscene to collaborate on video productions. 

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Forscene expands OTT news client base with Calkins Media and Field59 Posted: 05/10/2016

Forscenes use amongst OTT news providers continues to grow with the recent addition of local Florida television station WTXL ABC 27 to their client list.  The news provider will use Forscenes professional video editing software for live-feed capture, editing, closed-caption, and web publishing as part of an integrated streaming and video-on-demand solution provided by Field59. 

Tags: Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | professional video editing software | Calkins Digital | Calkins Media | OTT | News | Aziz Musa | NAB Show NY | Next TV Summit | IBC Show | Guy Tasaka | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Forbidden Technologies to migrate its cloud video platform to Amazon Web Services Posted: 06/09/2016

Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM: FBT), the AIM-quoted cloud video platform owner, has announced that it is expanding its use of Amazon Web Services (AWS) to deliver a roadmap of solutions dedicated to globalizing media.

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Forbidden Appoints New Leadership to Drive Worldwide Adoption of Forscene Posted: 26/02/2015
Forbidden, makers of the market-leading professional video editing software, Forscene, today announced the restructuring of its commercial and marketing departments. The new structure allows Forbidden to better capitalize on its leading technology and market positions in cloud video post-production. In the new executive team, Jason Cowan has been promoted to director of business development and Aziz Musa to director of marketing. 
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