Soho facility The Farm is marketing a storage service for finished programmes that it believes will help production companies with the shift to file-based delivery.
The Single Programme on the Shelf service — Spots — is intended to act as a replacement for a production company’s clone tape and the other eleme
Polish DTH operator nc+ has selected ADB’s Wi-Fi enabled set top box, along with software and associated integration services, to underpin its multiroom and multiscreen strategy. Nc+, an ADB customer since 2006, will be first to go live with the new ADB-4740SF Wi-Fi satellite set-top box, with deployment already u
Oman TV has expanded its Tedial asset management provision to facilitate the launch of new channel Oman TV Live. The expansion includes the addition of increased storage and MAM client licences and an upgrade to the latest version of Tedial’s Tarsys MAM system.
German creative agency Seaside Productions is using Marquis Broadcast’s Project Parking to help manage its edit storage more effectively. The Munich based agency purchased Project Parking through reseller Videocation and the solution will be used on on-air promos for the ProSiebenSat.1 TV channels.
Bannister Lake adds new functionality to their Super Ticker Broadcast Content Management System—an integrated election data module. The new module adds powerful election data gathering and management with eye catching on-screen graphics.
A new category has appeared in the marketing lexicon of playout automation and media management companies, namely ‘media orchestration’. It describes a process that will play an increasingly significant role as media organisations make the inevitable transition from baseband (SDI) to IP network technology.
The Richards Group may not be a household name, but its clients are. They include The Home Depot, TGI Fridays, Chick-fil-A, Fiat, MetroPCS, Pier 1 Imports, Motel 6 and Orkin. The total billings for the nation’s largest branding agency last year alone was a whopping $1.35 billion.
Clear evidence that social network activity around a linear broadcast drives subsequent catch up viewing has come from a study by Nielsen, the world’s leading TV audience measurement specialist. This is significant for broadcasters in that time shifted viewing within the seven day window after linear showing now accounts f