Masstech Bringing News Workflow Innovations To Events Globally

Masstech is kicking off 2015 with an expanded global emphasis, that will showcase the company’s media asset management and news workflow innovations at exhibitions around the world. At each of these events, visitors can experience first-hand how Masstech’s advanced technologies and experience enable media enterprises to flexibly and efficiently save, share and transform their content into valuable assets as they manage growing volumes of media.

MasstechLogoTransformTagMasstech will be exhibited at BES (Broadcast Engineering Society) Expo 2015 (Stand 80) in New Delhi, India, January 15-17; BVE 2015 (Stand F12) in London, England, February 24-26; and CABSAT 2015 (Hall 1, Stand G1-20) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 10-12. Masstech will co-exhibit in the stands of partner PlayBox Technology at all three events. Demonstrations will highlight how the tight integration of the two companies’ solutions enables unified broadcast environments from ingest and production to playout and archive, with content and metadata seamlessly and automatically accessed and moved under a single asset management system.

“For over a dozen years, customers around the world have depended on Masstech solutions to help them streamline their operations, maximize the value of their content and lower their costs,” says Joe French, CEO of Masstech. “As we continue to expand our global footprint, we are excited to be working with PlayBox Technology to showcase the benefits of our solutions at these key industry events and reinforce our commitment to media enterprises in these important international markets.”

Masstech’s year-opening slate of exhibitions will end April 13-16 in Las Vegas at the NAB Show, the media & entertainment industry’s pre-eminent technology showcase. Additional information about Masstech’s NAB Show plans will be announced in the coming weeks.

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