Amagi and STN Announce Partnership Benefiting TV Networks Globally Posted: 09/05/2017
Amagi, a leader in cloud-managed broadcast services and targeted advertising for TV and OTT, and STN, a leading global teleport, today announced a partnership that integrates services between the two companies. The partnership will benefit TV networks around the world, who can now rely on guaranteed compatibility between the Amagi SKYLIGHT cloud-managed broadcast services platform and STN's satellite uplink services for channel delivery and distribution.
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dock10, the leading media services business based at MediaCityUK, announces today the appointment of Fabien Robineau as Head of Platform Managed Services. Robineau joins from Arqiva where he held a variety of commercial positions in his 14 years at the company, with his most recent role being European Director of Sales for the Satellite and Media division.

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Unified Video Technologies To Highlight TV Everywhere At 2014 NAB Show Posted: 13/03/2014

Unified Video Technologies (UNIV), a provider of complete media ecosystems and software services for broadcasters, enterprises and the entertainment industry, is preparing for an active 2014 NAB Show that will include two speaking engagements and a series of interactive TV demonstrations.  The companys overall focus will center on new technologies and managed services that help broadcasters and service providers efficiently address the changing viewing habits of consumers in a TV Everywhere world.

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WRN Broadcast, the international broadcast services company, has today announced the investment of over £1million in its London-based media centre. 

The investment, which will be completed by March 2013, includes a dedicated archive environment with an additional 2 petabytes worth of storage, a new master control room and a significant upgrade to the current MAM and mediator system.

WRN Broadcast regularly evaluates the companys technology and broadcast practices and the decision was made that certain key areas including the broadcast data centre and managed services were strengthened and future proofed. In addition, due to the on-going growth of the business, certain new technologies also warranted investment to increase the companys future technology capabilities and better support existing clients and the wider broadcast market.

Newly appointed CTO, Dave Travis, who oversaw the investment, commented, We've worked closely with our technology partners, including Evertz, Spectra Logic and Bright Media to continually innovate our broadcast services and keep our technology solutions first class. We continue to respond to our clients needs and will always invest in promising new areas of the business.

This level of investment will enable WRN Broadcast to continue to offer the most comprehensive and up-to-date broadcast solutions to the market, whilst also supporting the existing clients, which include Viacom International Media Networks, NHK World and Wananchi, the East African Broadcaster. 

Tags: Broadcast | Technology | Broadcast Managed Services | Archive | Storage | Content Management | Distribution | Playout | Investment
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