Vice TV transitions fully transitions to Amagi Cloud for EMEA and APAC regions

Cloud-based channel playout platform, Cloudport, deployed which will offers broadcast-grade quality
Amagi, Cloud-based broadcast technology, Broadcast, Vice TV

Share

Vice TV has transitioned all its broadcast on to Amagi, a supplier of cloud-based technology for broadcast and streaming TV.

The Vice Media Group has transitioned its UK and French channels to Amagi’s fully virtual cloud playout platform. All international services of Vice TV channels covering APAC and EMEA are now fully managed by Amagi.

Tim Bertioli, SVP, global media operations Vice Media Group said: “Amagi has been a great partner as we have pioneered adoption of cloud based services to augment our international distribution. The fully virtual playout deployment for our UK and France services, marks a natural transition as we continue to improve efficiencies in our operations.” 

For Vice TV, Amagi deployed Cloudport, a cloud-based channel playout platform that offers broadcast-grade quality.

Using Amagi cloud platform built on AWS public cloud infrastructure, Vice TV was able to deliver seven channels globally, expanding on its existing channel bouquet for the regions.

Cloudport-powered linear channel creation enabled Vice TV to offer a rich viewing experience for the users with advanced dynamic graphics.

Overall, Amagi manages in excess of 350+ channels, with deployments in more than 40 countries.

Amagi clients include A+E Networks UK, Curiosity Stream, Discovery, Fox Networks, MGM, NBCUniversal, People TV, Tegna, and Warner Media, among others.

Most Popular

Editor's Choice

StarzPlay’s tech powers India’s Lionsgate Play
Provides managed services, developed by StarzPlay, to mark successful launch of Lionsgate Play ...
Subscribe to Digital Studio Middle East
The latest editor of Digital Studio Middle East, the foremost and most respected platform for ...
Dubai's Faisal Hashmi working on feature film
10 short films in 10 years has earned Faisal Hashmi international plaudits at film festival, ...

Don't Miss a Story