Telestream is growing

GenStar Capital’s purchase of Telestream means further expansion for the familiar broadcast company.

Telestream, a provider of live and on-demand digital video tools and workflow solutions, announced on 1/7/15 that private equity investment firm Genstar Capital has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase the company. The transaction recognizes the Telestream's significant growth and the important market position it holds. 

Dan Castles, Telestream's co-founder and CEO.

Dan Castles, Telestream's co-founder and CEO.

"Genstar’s mid-market focus and deep expertise in the software industry will enable Telestream to further accelerate our growth,” said Dan Castles, Telestream's co-founder and CEO. "Over the past several years, Telestream has experienced its most significant growth. We look forward to our new partnership with Genstar as we increase our investment in existing products, accelerate our reach into new customer verticals and fuel our next phase of development through additional M&A activity. Our product portfolio and business models are well suited for the Genstar environment.”

“Genstar has been following Telestream closely and this acquisition is consistent with our strategy of investing in vertical market software companies,” said Eli Weiss, a Managing Director of Genstar. Telestream is a leader in its market and has posted profitable growth since its founding. As even more content is generated and viewed on more devices, we believe the company will continue its demonstrated growth trajectory, and we will support Telestream’s experienced and successful management team to expand organic growth via new product releases and pursue add-on acquisitions.”

Telestream’s growth and profitability has consistently outpaced the market and has been achieved both organically and through strategic acquisitions. The Company’s product line includes the premiere media processing platform Vantage, the leading live production and streaming software Wirecast and its new video playback and inspection tool Switch.

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