GlobeCast and NETIA combine in Hall 1
GlobeCast and NETIA will be co-exhibiting at IBC2011 in stand 1.A29. The themes of the stand will be global content distribution, media asset management, and playout of international content, along with contribution services for sports and other content.
The stand will feature live demos and presentations. Highlights include demonstrations of the end-to-end life cycle of television content, from ingest through worldwide delivery with media asset management using the NETIA system, and GlobeCast’s playout and origination services, featuring content localization and content reshaping for various platforms. GlobeCast will also be showcasing its contribution solutions for sporting events in 2012, including the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Visitors at the booth will learn about satellite and fiber delivery of their channels around the world, as well as how GlobeCast and NETIA can help them manage file-based assets for multiple platforms, create regionalized versions of content for different television markets, ingest content locally and play out content globally, and ensure distribution with television platforms around the world.
Representatives from GlobeCast’s business units in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East will be on hand to discuss global services with visitors to the stand.
Demos on Display in the GlobeCast/NETIA Stand 1.A29:
NETIA’s CMS allows customers to manage their production processes through workflows and task automation. The new software suite also allows users to connect all of their partners and vendors within a single production ecosystem, simplifying the sharing and managing of media assets. Users can now manage all of the processes within the production environment from editing through post-production and distribution with one unique and easy-to-use interface.
Radio-Assist 8 NETIA will showcase its Radio-Assist 8 range of digital audio automation software at IBC2011. The newest version of NETIA’s software suite is equipped with a broad range of tools for end-to-end multimedia workflows and allows users to prepare publication at an early stage of the workflow. NETIA’s Radio-Assist family of digital audio software programs covers each part of the production and broadcast workflow, allowing users to record, edit, or prepare a playlist.