Netia to carry on with digitisation of Sonuma.
News, Content management


Nwtia has announced that Belgium’s Sonuma, a subsidiary of RTBF (Radio Télévision Belge Francophone) and the publicly funded company responsible for the digitization and commercialization of RTBF audiovisual archives, is implementing the NETIA content management system (CMS) to manage tens of thousands of hours of archive video and audio.

The NetiaCMS will simplify the task of preserving, managing, and accessing content within Sonuma’s rapidly growing digital library, which in turn will support hundreds of RTBF journalists and enable delivery of archived media to the company’s partner news organizations.

“We chose to work with NETIA because the company’s proven suite of media asset management solutions is highly focused on documentary aspects, can be customized and scaled to our operations, and provide the power and flexibility required in complex, large-scale media management applications,” said Eric Denis, IT manager at SONUMA. “Furthermore, by integrating seamlessly into our existing environment, the Netia CMS will enable us to leverage previous technology investments to realize a highly automated workflow.”

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