|BroadStream Announces New ARMADA Toolkit at IBC 2014|
BroadStream releases new Applications for Resilient Management of Assets, Devices and Archives featuring Radar an Enterprise MAM Controlled Integrated Playout Solution
At IBC 2014 on stand 8.B29, BroadStream Solutions, the global broadcast solutions provider, will unveil ARMADA, the Company's new fleet of applications that can be combined and configured to handle specialized tasks and enhanced integration. Adapting to customer requirements, ARMADA's toolkit uses flexible modules to deliver powerful tailored solutions to requirements such as time delay, media ingest, localization, and more. The inherent flexibility of ARMADA allows broadcasters to build systems without restrictions thanks to powerful APIs that encourage integration.
published 7 months ago read more
|BroadStream Announces New HARBOR Master Control System at IBC 2014|
Server Playout, Media Management and Master Control Automation in a Single Unified System
At IBC 2014 on stand 8.B29, BroadStream Solutions, the global broadcast solutions provider, will unveil HARBOR, the Company's new master control solution. HARBOR delivers the resilience and flexibility of discrete master control, enabling precision switching of live events while leveraging users' existing investment in switchers and graphics systems. HARBOR integrates automation with closely-coupled media management, and central storage with ingest and playout, delivering powerful workflow and operational enhancements.
published 8 months ago read more
|Over The Air and Cable TV: Far From Dead|
80% of People Still Prefer to Watch TV Programs on a Big Screen, Rather than Mobile, Tablet or PC, According to New Research from BroadStream Solutions
With many cable, satellite and TV service providers now offering consumers the opportunity to watch movies, TV shows, sports, and more on their mobile devices, industry pundits are quick to prophesize “the end of broadcast TV as we know it”. However, new research from global broadcast solutions provider BroadStream Solutions, reveals that despite the growth in TV viewing via PC, tablet and smartphones, 80% of American say they prefer to watch television, on a television.
published 8 months ago read more
|NOW That’s What I Call Music TV Launches Using OASYS Chameleon Integrated Playout Solution|
OASYS Automated Playout today announces that it has created a customised playout solution for the NOW That’s What I Call Music channel. Newly launched on Sky 378 and Freesat channel 512, the channel is a joint venture between Universal Music, Sony Music and All Around the World TV (AATW TV). NOW is the group’s fourth channel to use the OASYS Chameleon playout solution, bringing the total of OASYS playout systems running to five including backup, all remotely operated.
published 1 year ago read more
|British Companies Bring Innovation To The World At IBC|
British companies join forces at largest international broadcast and electronic media trade fair
Britain can justly claim to have led the world in the invention and development of radio, television and the web. British companies large and small continue to innovate, and sell their products on the global stage. To help them bring their offerings to the widest possible market, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) is once more providing support for British exhibitors at IBC2013, in a venture sponsored by Intellect and managed by export outreach specialists Tradefair.
published 2 years ago read more
|STN Extends OASYS Playout Capability|
Slovenian playout centre STN has ordered three new OASYS Automated Playout channels, adding to the six HD channels installed in 2011, making OASYS a key part of the STN controlled and operated playout centre. Systems integrator RoBaGo will install the systems in the coming weeks.
published 3 years ago read more
|CUDO purchases second OASYS end-to-end automated playout solution for new HD channel|
OASYS, the leading developer of PC-based automated playout systems, announced that CUDO Communication, the playout service for Korean broadcasting companies, has purchased a second end-to-end OASYS automated playout solution to service its new HD channel, Telenovela. The complete system was installed by DU Solution, the Korean systems integrator. The station was installed in only twenty days, and went live just two days after the system was commissioned.
published 5 years ago read more