Tyrell and Brightcove Form New Partnership In UK and Ireland

Date: 27/07/2020
Tyrell and Brightcove Form New Partnership In UK and Ireland

We are pleased to share that Tyrell has partnered with Brightcove, a leading provider of cloud playout, live and on-demand video.

Brightcove services will help our customers reduce the online complexity of broadcast-quality video, increase the profitability on streams and to reach new audiences across devices. Tyrell customers can also benefit from Brightcove’s industry-leading services for encoding, transcoding and server-side ad insertion. With Tyrell and Brightcove it has never been easier to reach your audience across connected TVs, game consoles and mobiles.

“Corporate messaging, content delivery directly to audiences and live streaming has become more important since the imposed, restricted working practices due to COVID-19 . For Tyrell a partnership with Brightcove offers us an opportunity to provide the best in class OTT, content and DRM management and live streaming. Brightcove’s solutions support the democratisation of content delivery and event access and will enable new revenue streams in markets such as theatre and for 2nd and 3rd tier sporting bodies.” Stated Dan Muchmore, Tyrell’s Sales and Marketing Director

For more information about Brightcove’s partnership with Tyrell visit www.tyrellcct.com



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