Gold Sponsor Globecast signs up for another year with SVG Europe
Globecast has once again renewed its Gold Sponsorship at SVG Europe, citing the link it creates through events and editorial between sports content creators and technology manufacturers as a key reason for its continued support.
Said Liz McParland, Globecast commercial director for contribution: “Globecast has been a long-standing sponsor of SVG in the Americas and since it has been established, SVG Europe. One of the main reasons Globecast continues to renew this sponsorship is because SVG and SVG Europe are able to deliver – via their events and digital publications – a bridge between sports content owners and their technology partners.
“SVG Europe’s events are always well attended by valued customers and prospects that can utilise Globecast’s products and services,” continued McParland. “The topics discussed and themed are almost always relevant to Globecast’s business. End users are also exposed to the latest in media and event technology from the various technology sponsors and our staff engage in one-on-one conversations with these customers and prospects, discussing their technology requirements in an intimate setting. We also get to see what our competitors are up to!”
Concluding, McParland added: “Also, SVG Europe covers Globecast’s stories from an editorial perspective. We can count on good, honest reporting and a viable way to have our message and voice available to SVG’s very impressive roster of networks, sports leagues and sports-related content owners.”
Globecast helps customers to manage content and to deliver it wherever, however and whenever required. The company provides agile and seamless content acquisition, management and distribution services globally, constantly innovating and investing in new technologies to create customer-centric new services.
Globecast has created a global hybrid fibre and satellite network for video contribution and distribution. It delivers any type of video service including: TV Everywhere OTT, satellite, cable, video-on-demand, using CDNs and cloud-enabled media solutions. It supplies content acquisition, aggregation and distribution (CAAD) services to over 130 networks.