​Al-Araby Selects Tedial MAM

​Al-Araby Television Network is using Tedial Evolution as its MAM and orchestration system.

Based in London with offices and branches in several Arab and Western capitals, the free-to-air network broadcasts news and entertainment programming focused on the Middle East. The installation coincides with the network’s move to its new London Park Royal production and transmission facility.

The Tedial Evolution system is architected as a facility wide solution. It integrates various solutions: SAM servers for playout; SAM Morpheus automation and sQ editing tools, which include a desktop plug-in to access Evolution MAM functionality; EVS Ingest servers and applications; Associated Press’ ENPS system and program channel scheduling via an integration with MediaGenix software. All of the installed applications function together in managed workflows.

“Orchestration workflows both manage the integrations of disparate third-party software systems and hardware tools, and effectively control the human element in a modern broadcast facility,” says Esther Mesas, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer for Tedial. “Our proven software solution cleanly manages a multiplicity of connections and tools while providing an auditable management system for Al-Araby staff's day-to-day tasks. Tedial is proud to support Al-Araby with their new showcase Operations Center in London.”

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