Tedial Showcase MAM at CABSAT 2018

Tedial demonstrated its media asset management (MAM) solutions at CABSAT 2018.

Throughout the show, Tedial demonstrated its end-to-end IMF workflow, Evolution dashboard tools for real-time reporting, Augmented Storage (AST) solution and full operation in the cloud. This is the first time that these solutions were displayed for the Middle East broadcast and media community. 

Kuwait TV, the official state-run television station of Kuwait and British sports producer ITV Sport, are the first users to adopt this joint solution. Tedial representatives were on hand to discuss the company’s bi-directional link between EVS’ live production asset management suite, IPDirector, and Tedial’s enterprise MAM system, Evolution.

Tedial will continue to highlight its industry leadership in MAM workflow systems for the preparation, management and packaging of distribution, including versioning, OTT, VOD and on-line distribution. Tedial Evolution enterprise MAM tools include the world leading Evolution Version Factory, a perfect example of the company’s leadership in software innovation.

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