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Dalet enterprise media asset management technology recognized for its technological innovation at the RTBF NUMPROD project

Last Updated: September 14, 2009 5:36 pm GMT
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(Amsterdam-IBC, The Netherlands--September 14, 2009) Dalet Digital Media Systems is pleased to announce that they have won, along with EVS and RTBF, the IBC Innovation Award 2009 for the Content Management category.

Dalet was shortlisted for the award together with technology partner EVS back in June of 2009 for their involvement with the Belgium public broadcaster Radio Télévision Belge Francophone (RTBF) NUMPROD project. Both Dalet and EVS provided RTBF with a highly flexible and scalable tapeless workflow facilitating the production needs for a wide range of RTBF resources across both news and programs/sports production operations. The tapeless workflows from ingest to playout and archive rely on innovative integration techniques based on the RTBF "Intranet de Production"; the backbone of the system. "Intranet de Production" was developed in-house by RTBF and uses the principles of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture). It includes an Oracle ESB (Enterprise Service Bus), XML exchanges, and fully takes advantage of the comprehensive Dalet Web Service API.

"It is an honor to receive this award and we would like to express our deep gratitude and thanks to everyone involved in this project including EVS and especially RTBF for a fantastic collaboration, both at the project and human level," comments Raoul Cospen, Director of Marketing, Dalet. "Innovative projects like NUMPROD enable organizations to rationalize their use of media so they can take advantage of new media channels and engage their viewers with full interactivity. They also allow them to re-organize their resources and maximize their return on investment by adding new revenue opportunities without increasing their overhead."

Visitors to IBC 2009 can visit Dalet on stand 8.B77 or visit the web site at

About Dalet Digital Media Systems
Dalet is a worldwide leader in software that empowers broadcasters and content professionals to produce and manage audio and video content in a digital, multi-platform world. Dalet media asset management (MAM) solutions streamline production costs and increase revenue opportunities by simplifying the distribution of rich-media assets across both interactive and traditional platforms.

Dalet tools are used around the world by thousands of content producers including major television and radio public broadcasters (BBC, CBC, DR, NPR, RFI, Russia Today, RTM, VOA, WDR), commercial networks (ART, eTV, Grupo Prisa, Prime Television, The Press Association, Warner Bros., XM Satellite) and government organizations (Queensland JAG, Canadian House of Commons, The European Commission). Dalet is traded on the NYSE-EURONEXT stock exchange (Eurolist C): ISIN: FR0000076176, Bloomberg DLT:FP, Reuters: DALE.PA.

Dalet is a registered trademark of Dalet Digital Media Systems. All other trademarks and products mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.

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