Broadcast software provider VidiGo announces integrator link-up
Qatar-based systems integration company Salam Media Cast (SMC) has announced a partnership with VidiGo that will allow SMC’s customers to access VidiGo’s extensive range of broadcast software products.
The new deal – which follows in the wake of similar arrangements with HoloVis International Ltd and Visual Unity – will enable SMC to expand its capabilities in the broadcast solutions market and offer a greater range of services and solutions to its client base in the Middle East and Europe.
Software solutions in the VidiGo range include: VidiGo Live, a multi-camera live production solution that incorporates audio and video effects; VidiGo Toolbox, a software solution that allows broadcasters to incorporate Skype, Google Maps and YouTube into their programming; VidiGo Graphics, which allows broadcasters to interact with social media; VidiGo Works, a software for creating, editing and distributing processional video content; VidiGo Playout, for incorporating Adobe Flash graphics into a playout schedule; and VidiGo Visual Radio, which gives radio broadcasters access to online, mobile and TV platforms.
Paul Hennessy, CEO of SMC, comments: “SMC has a proven track record in identifying the very latest broadcast technologies and we are constantly investigating new ways in which we can bring value-added solutions and services to our clients. Our new partnership with VidiGo is very exciting as it expands our ability to deliver innovative workflows that truly benefit customer specific requirements.”
Hans Krouwels, CEO of VidiGo, adds: “We are delighted that SMC is partnering with us and look forward to introducing many new customers to our product range. By replacing complex hardware driven workflows with easy-to-use VidiGo solutions, creative staff can regain control of their workflow while broadcasters can make substantial savings in investment and operational costs.”