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LiveU Transforms National Live Basketball Coverage in Australia Posted: 14/10/2021
LiveU Transforms National Live Basketball Coverage in Australia

For the first time, the National Basketball League (NBL) of Australia has succeeded in live streaming every state basketball game, significantly increasing the popularity of NBL1, Australia's professional semi-elite basketball league in a year impacted by the pandemic. This is due to the deployment of LiveU Solo wireless video encoders at arenas across Australia, using LiveU's cloud platform to stream to online video platforms, enabling fans to watch over 900 NBL1 live games, including final matches and highlights, and follow their favorite teams and players. The cloud-based remote production was powered by Australian broadcast services company, 5stream, online production platform, Cloudmix, and with LiveU's local partner, Pacific Live Media, providing the Solo solution and local technical support.

Tags: LiveU | LiveU Solo | NBL1 | live streaming | basketball | sport | livesport | cloud | cloud workflow
Submitted by Jump PR Ltd
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OWNZONES FLAGSHIP TECHNOLOGY GAINS NOTORIETY IN MULTIPLE AWARD PROGRAMS Posted: 25/08/2020
OWNZONES and rsquo; FLAGSHIP TECHNOLOGY GAINS NOTORIETY IN MULTIPLE AWARD PROGRAMS

OWNZONES Entertainment Technologies, the leading cloud-based video supply chain company, has announced today the success of its proprietary technology platform, OWNZONES Connect in multiple global award programs.

Tags: OWNZONES | Media Entertainment | broadcast | Best of Show | Innovation | Cloud workflow | SaaS | Cloud | Dan Goman | Bubble Agency
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New EditShare Flow MAM Update Automates QC, File Transfer and Cloud Delivery Workflows; Expands Cloud-Based Production Capabilities with New Remote Editor Posted: 01/09/2016
New EditShare Flow MAM Update Automates QC, File Transfer and Cloud Delivery Workflows; Expands Cloud-Based Production Capabilities with New Remote Editor

EditShare, a technology leader in intelligent shared storage and media management solutions, today announced a new release of its Flow Media Asset Management platform (v3.3.0.3). In addition to enhanced core capabilities such as automated batch import of sidecar metadata and server-to-server file transfers, the Flow release boasts a brand new, fast-turnaround editing application as well as integration with Amazon (distribution to Amazon S3), Aspera (file transfer), Interra Baton (QC) and Vidcheck (QC), expanding cloud-based production and automated workflow options from ingest to distribution. Integrated within the EditShare shared storage environment, EditShare Flow brings a layer of governance over media assets, giving users greater control over productions by providing key ingest, browse, automate, track and distribute functions.

Tags: MAM | IBC | Shared Storage | Remote Editing | Ingest | Cloud Workflow | IBC 2016 | IBC 2016
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Magilla Entertainment signs up to Forscene for Discovery Channel series Posted: 12/04/2016
Magilla Entertainment signs up to Forscene for Discovery Channel series

Recognised leader in non-scripted TV production, Magilla Entertainment has licenced professional video editing software, Forscene for one-year.  The New York-based production company intends using the software to streamline their post workflow and bring down costs on a variety of reality shows including the recent 18 episode uporder of Diesel Brothers for Discovery Channel. 

Tags: Magilla Entertainment | Discrovery channel | Diesel Brothers | Forscene | Forbidden Technologies | NAB | Jason Cowan | professional video editing software | post-production | editing | cloud workflows | reality-tv | unscripted | NAB 2016 | NAB 2016
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Aspera to bring world-class SaaS and live streaming solutions to IBC 2015 Posted: 23/07/2015
Aspera to bring world-class SaaS and live streaming solutions to IBC 2015

Aspera, an IBM company and creator of technologies that move the worlds data at maximum speed, will showcase its complete portfolio of high-speed file transfer software and automation solutions for the broadcast and media industries, including the revolutionary new SaaS platform, Aspera Files, at IBC 2015, booth #7.B27.

Tags: Aspera | cloud | FASPstream | big data | data transfer | data movement | Aspera Files | IBC | IBC 2015 | high-speed file transfer software | automation | SaaS platform | broadcast and media | FASP transport technology | Direct-to-Cloud | workflow automation | on-premise storage | file-transfer | IBC 2015
Submitted by Francois Quereuil, Senior Director Aspera, an IBM Company
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