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Digital Nirvana to Showcase its Innovative Media Management Products and Services at 2018 NAB Show Posted: 23/02/2018
Digital Nirvana to Showcase its Innovative Media Management Products and Services at 2018 NAB Show

Digital Nirvana to showcase its full suite of media management products and services at the upcoming 2018 NAB Show, running from April 9-12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC).

Among the services to be on display include Digital Nirvana's cloud-based caption generation caption synchronization and video logging. Product highlights such as CART/TS Transport Stream Analyze and Replay and Monitor IQ 5.2 will also be key areas in the Digital Nirvana booth (#SU10121).

Tags: Digital Nirvana | NAB Show | NAB 2018 | captioning services | video logging | media management
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NAB 2015: Digital Nirvana Launches Social Media Network Publishing and Service Model for Broadcasters, Content Owners Posted: 03/03/2015
NAB 2015: Digital Nirvana Launches Social Media Network Publishing and Service Model for Broadcasters, Content Owners

Digital Nirvana, developers of a media management platform for content creation, capture and delivery, have announced a significant shift within Version 2.0 of the companys Media Management Platform. To be introduced at the NAB2015 convention in April in Las Vegas, the latest version incorporates expanded social media publishing function, virtual machine download, and radio program monitoring and recording. Digital Nirvana will exhibit in NAB Booth #SU8813.

Tags: Digital Nirvana | media management | NAB Show | NAB 2015 | upcoming trade shows | digital platform | video logging | broadcasting technology | NAB 2015
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Aframes Cloud Video Platform Scores Repeat Contract with the BBC as Adpotion by Broadcasters and Production Companies Accelerates Posted: 10/09/2013
Aframes Cloud Video Platform Scores Repeat Contract with the BBC as Adpotion by Broadcasters and Production Companies Accelerates

At the IBC 2013 show in Amsterdam this week, Aframe showcased the far-reaching adoption of its acclaimed cloud video production and asset management platform among the worlds leading broadcasters to dramatically streamline major TV and film production. The company announced that the BBC had reprised its work with Aframe on another major production, this time to expedite Shoplife, a prime time reality TV show which aired on Thursday nights at 9 pm on BBC Three over the summer. Shoplife used Aframe to speed the delivery of rushes from on-location filming to the post house in London without the need for shipping multiple HD cards, allowing cost saving on the production from transporting rushes to London.

Tags: Aframe | BBC | Shoplife | Cloud | Video Production | MAM | video logging | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Forbidden Technologies Announces Upgrades to FORscene Cloud Video Platform Posted: 05/09/2013
Forbidden Technologies Announces Upgrades to FORscene Cloud Video Platform
Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM:FBT), the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market-leading cloud video platform FORscene, announced it has added new features and capabilities that strengthen FORscene's utility in any news, sports, or traditional broadcast post-production environments. 
Tags: Forbidden Technologies | FORscene | Cloud Editing | Video Logging | IBC2013 | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Forbidden Technologies Accesses News and Sport Broadcasting Markets Through Key Partnerships Posted: 28/08/2013
Forbidden Technologies Accesses News and Sport Broadcasting Markets Through Key Partnerships
Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM: FBT), the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market-leading cloud video platform FORscene, today announced new partnerships and integrations with The Associated Press, deltatre, and EVS, companies that provide products and technologies that are proven in the news and sport broadcasting markets. The partnerships have broadened Forbidden's access to those markets and have led to improvements that strengthen FORscene's capabilities in the realm of news and sport.
Tags: cloud editing | video logging | collaborative post-production | digital workflows | video on the web | Forbidden Technologies | FORscene | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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FORscene Again to Power Post-Production Workflows for IBC TV News at IBC2013 Posted: 15/08/2013
FORscene Again to Power Post-Production Workflows for IBC TV News at IBC2013
Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM:FBT), the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market-leading cloud video platform FORscene, announced that it will partner with IBC TV News for the sixth year in a row to provide access and editing capabilities to IBC TV News footage with its FORscene cloud-based post-production tools.
Tags: Forbidden Technologies | FORscene | Cloud editing | video logging | collaborative post-production | digital workflows | video on the web | IBC 2013 | IBC 2013
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Forbidden Technologies Raises 8.9 Million Pounds ($13.8 Million) in Placing and Open Offer Posted: 13/08/2013
Forbidden Technologies Raises 8.9 Million Pounds ($13.8 Million) in Placing and Open Offer

Forbidden Technologies plc (AIM:FBT), the AIM-quoted owner and developer of the market-leading cloud video platform FORscene, announces that it has raised another 8.9 million pounds ($13.8 million), before expenses, in a placing and open offer to continue developing the platform and strengthen the company's position in the market.

Tags: Forbidden Technologies plc | FORscene | cloud editing | video logging | collaborative post-production | digital workflows | video on the web
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Mediaproxy Illustrates the Evolution from Compliance Monitoring Posted: 31/07/2012
Mediaproxy Illustrates the Evolution from Compliance Monitoring

In just over a decade, broadcast logging has evolved from a narrow compliance role to a much broader range of monitoring and revenue generating capabilities for broadcasters, cable and satellite companies. At IBC, Mediaproxy will preview the companys new LogServer IP, providing a compelling demonstration of how far logging technology has come.

Tags: video logging | servers | compliance monitoring | loudness | metadata | broadcast | hardware
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