BPS signs to distribute CueScript in the UK
CueScript has signed a distributor agreement with UK-based Broadcast & Production Services (BPS). Effective immediately, BPS assumes distribution rights for all CueScript products in the UK. The agreement further expands CueScript’s global reach, giving customers in this region local access to the company’s growing portfolio of prompting products.
“We are delighted to sign on as a distributor of CueScript and believe this partnership can only add to the development of both companies,” said John O’Reilly, managing director, BPS. “Over the last few years we have witnessed the BPS client base grow substantially, and it’s important that we continue to provide innovative products from top-tier manufacturers, such as CueScript, in order to maintain our customers’ evolving needs. CueScript is backed by a highly knowledgeable, experienced team that understands the changing industry trends, and we believe this is a perfect fit for our client roster.”
“Our business is expanding globally and it’s important to choose distributors who not only fulfill the needs of our customers, but also compliment our reputation by providing a skilled team and superior customer service,” said Brian Larter, managing director, CueScript. “We are excited to announce BPS as our latest distributor and trust they will serve as a continuation of our brand while also allowing our line of products to reach their local and international network of clients, further extending our reach into the broadcast and production industries.”
CueScript’s offerings include the CSM line of LED High Brightness HD-SDI Prompter Monitors (available in 15”, 17” and 19” models), geared towards a range of live and studio production productions and its newly launched EMC line (available in 15” and 17” models) designed for education, middle market and corporate applications. In addition, the company recently added to its product portfolio its new line of prompting software, CueiT Premier, CueiT Production and CueiT News, as well as the CSSC1, a patent pending prompting scroll control to be used with the new software.