content management

Qube Cinema takes digital cinema service global
Qube Cinema announced at CinemaCon 2018 that the Qube Wire service is now available across 105 countries for delivery of movie content. Qube Wire currently serves a broad range of customers extending from independent producers and distributors to large studios.
Bitmovin has raised $30 million in Series B funding, led by Highland Europe with participation from existing investors Atomico, Constantia New Business, Dawn Capital and YCombinator, bringing total investment in Bitmovin to $43 million.
Ross Video unveils 10 new products, new branding at keynote event
This year’s event was no different, as CEO David Ross charmed a full-house of almost 1000 customers, partners and press, unveiling an unprecedented number of new products. As well he unveiled a new Ross branding reflecting a commitment to Live Production.
Square Box to preview new AI-Based content analysis MAM capabilities at NAB
Square Box Systems is previewing a range of new content analysis capabilities for its flagship CatDV media asset management (MAM) solution, leveraging the latest AI technology for speech recognition and image analysis.
Grass Valley introduces EDIUS 9.20 at the NAB show
With the latest updates, EDIUS has been provided with more and more options for professional color grading, new color spaces and HDR processing.
Friend MTS launches ASiD Watermarking Partner Program
VisualOn, NexPlayer and Bitmovin are first partners to join Program to speed deployment of content protection services
OSN selects Signiant for intelligent file transfer
Need for safe, secure and cost-efficient file delivery is becoming more and more important for OSN as content volumes increase
Cairo-based Arab News Agency selects TVU for newsgathering operations
ANA now has the largest installation of Cellular Mobile Uplinks in Egypt with purchase and upgrade of IP video equipment from TVU Networks for newsgathering operations
Crystal to demo VidTime sync tech for personalisation at NAB
The technology makes distributed playout possible so broadcasters can easily personalise graphics and replace ads on any video channel distributed via cable, satellite or Over-The-Top.