Imagine’s VersioCloud integrates EEG iCap

Real-time closed captioning is now possible with Imagine VersioCloud.

Closed captioning innovator EEG, announced that iCap Realtime Captioning is now available within Imagine Communications’  VersioCloud.

The system seamlessly integrates EEG’s iCap secure realtime IP captioning system with Imagine’s VersioCloud’s fully IP-enabled cloud playout platform. The two leading systems provide broadcasters a complete solution for channel playout in the cloud, allowing media companies to extend their brands and content with a higher level of freedom, visibility and control.

All of iCap’s functionality is readily available to VersioCloud customers. iCap operates within a 100% software-based environment, a flexible open architecture optimal for virtualized and cloud platforms.

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