Live production solution specialist Streamstar is newest SVG Europe Gold Sponsor
In the latest in a long sequence of sponsorship announcements to be made in 2014, SVG Europe has confirmed that Streamstar – the developer of an advanced line of live production tools that enable users to easily produce and stream professional multi-camera video productions – has become a Gold Sponsor.
Streamstar’s software and hardware are relied upon by channels around the globe to deliver real-time high-quality content to millions of viewers. Its portable streaming technology and cloud resources allow anybody to produce and stream professional multi-camera video productions, quicker and more efficiently, regardless of location and with no need for training.
Streamstar products such as the WEBCAST CASE, a streaming production tool with multi-camera inputs, unique replays and slow motion systems as well as a tablet style touch screen interface, have been well-received particularly within online sports television productions over the past 18 months.
High-profile sports customers include Lega Pro – which is using Streamstar technology to stream content from multiple divisions – and Slovakia-based sports hub HUSTE.SK, for which Streamstar designed, equipped and built an infrastructure system and helped deliver more than 5,000 live events over the last three years.
Commenting on the decision to join the SVG Europe sponsorship family, Streamstar chief executive officer Rado Toth remarks: “From the outset, it was a natural choice for us to join SVG Europe due to the nature of our client base. With the majority of our customers in the sports industry, the benefits of being a member of SVG will hopefully increase awareness of our name and our unique, standalone products within the UK and European streaming markets. Also, with an affiliation with such as respected industry body like SVG, we’re confident the dialogue between us as manufacturers, suppliers and technology developers will improve the overall quality and profitability of sports programming.”