​Tedial Evolution Selected by NRK for Multi-Site MAM

Norway’s public service broadcaster NRK has introduced Tedial Evolution to act as a multi-site media asset management system, capture manager software and disaster recovery facility to service its Oslo headquarters and 12 regional sites.

According to Tedial, Evolution provides NRK with a centralised, fully configurable MAM that can be accessed by all NRK sites across the country enabling access to resources and operational activities specific to individual or group requirements.

“Balanced workflows across the broadcaster’s central and local offices will increase efficiency by taking advantage of additional bandwidth and latency,” said Esther Mesas, Tedial’s Chief Sales & Marketing Officer. “Tedial’s Capture Manager software will provide NRK with a central interface for controlling and monitoring devices as well as advanced, ingest features. NRK’s new Disaster Recovery facility provides business continuity options to manage content replication and transfer to multiple sites. The new Tedial Evolution workflow is fully integrated with NRK’s existing metadata bank and third-party ecosystem.

Helge Løken, NRK’s Project Manager Production said, “NRK is looking forward to collaborating with Tedial on this project. They are a company with a strong reputation in the broadcast industry and we have faith in their ability to deliver.”

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