FORTA Choose VSN’s Distributed MAM

Spain’s Federation of Radio and Television Stations from the Autonomous Communities (FORTA) chooses VSN for its digital content management system.

The project, based on the VSN Explorer MAM will allow the regional production centres and FORTA headquarters to transfer and exchange media files for all programming.

It will further allow FORTA to manage programming lists, forecasts and content subscriptions, as well as automating processes and tasks of the station's daily operations. This workflow will be done remotely and from a web platform, without having to install any additional application to carry it out.

Says Jordi Utiel, CEO, VSN, "Being able to contribute with our technology to connect and distribute content among the Autonomous Televisions of this country is a great responsibility, but it is also a very exciting project for us. We hope that the entire implementation of the project is a complete success.”

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