by Jeff Beachy, Chief Technology Officer I find myself in an incredible place. First, I’m working in a small company with an extraordinary team. Our development group embodies over 95 years of experience in the technology industry, with 53 of those years in media. Focused on an agile, continuous deployment environment that we believe will deliver the best results we can in the shortest period of time. Guiding this effort is Simon Eldridge, as our products guy, who brings 15 y
by Simon Eldridge, Chief Product Officer As broadcast technology continues to move from custom hardware to standardized software, the ability to utilize more standard IT platforms (COTS) has increased in parallel. The next step of this evolution is to virtualized infrastructure that allows greater agility and elasticity, but there remain a number of significant barriers, despite the core technology being available today.
This collection of enabling technologies have enabled
by Larry Kaplan, President & CEO At a time when people expect to access rich premium content wherever they want, on whatever device they want, traditional broadcasters face a significant challenge. They have to be present and accessible on those platforms to retain audience, but doing so has significant cost, workflow duplication and complexity. All without the comparable financial benefit their traditional platforms generate. Why should every additional platform you support