Schwäbisch Media, is one of the leading media companies in the state of Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Offering a full range of media and media related services to its customers including one of Germany’s largest regional private broadcasters Regio TV. With 5 locations spread out around Baden-Württemberg, Schwäbisch Media required a scalable end to end solution that would cross-link their different locations and ensure an unprecedented delivery of their 3 regional channels: Regio TV Regional-Fernsehen Stuttgart and Böblingen, Regio TV Schwaben in Ulm and Regio TV Bodensee in Friedrichshafen to their customers.
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“Cinegy provided us with an affordable solution sought can be solved with the most important requirements of a private TV channel in a tapeless production including: ingest, editing, media asset management and automated playout,” says Klaus Zellmer, CIO of Schwäbisch Media.
Schwäbisch Media, see many advantages and even further possibilities with their Cinegy system. With it simple to use interface and ease of distributed data management, Cinegy has provided Schwäbisch Media, with a solution that requires limited operational training. The design, installation, integration and training were provided by Cinegy’s channel partner Videocation.
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