BroadStream Solutions creates a series of blog posts that we frequently update. This allows us to share with you any recent updates, industry issues and thought provoking news that may impact your business. Our topics range from product tips, up-to-date news, technical information and insight into the broadcast business. Check out our latest article!
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We've got a "real" story, impacting multiple levels of your business, to tell - Pre-arrange your visit to our booth at NAB
Building a Foundation
BroadStream Solutions is building a foundation for success based as much on organizational values and culture as on software technology. In the Broadcast industry, technology drives innovation and progress. Software developers such as BroadStream are continually striving to deliver new and better system solutions. And yet, the key to creating the future lies in setting creative minds free; free from blame and free from fear.
Legendary PBS station in Central Missouri has purchased, installed and launched the BroadStream playout solution on their 4 broadcast channels
Atlanta, GA, USA – 27 September, 2016 – Leading playout solutions provider, BroadStream Solutions Inc., has announced that KMOS-TV, PBS station owned and operated by the University of Central Missouri, has selected its OASYS integrated playout platform to streamline playout operations for its four broadcast channels.
See us in Booth 738 - November 9th and 10th
BroadStream will showcase OASYS Integrated Playout in Booth 738 at the NABShow in New York on November 9 and 10, 2016. This important event will be held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center on W34th Street in Manhattan.
The BroadStream Team of Mike Harris, Michael Devine, Elliot Wesen, Peter Wharton and Mark Davis will be on hand to show the latest OASYS features and discuss both Hybrid and Virtualized OASYS for the Cloud.
We're excited to show off a new stand design this year at IBC. It's very different than previous year's versions. We think it will be more functional for our team and guests. We've added 2 private meeting rooms to go along with our 4 demo pods and we'll have some new graphics to show off as well as new features and product updates to share.
IBC2016 begins tomorrow and we've been working hard all week to get ready as evident by our team's committment to do the heavy lifting required to get the job done.
NAB2016 is a pleasant memory now that we are soon to enter summer. All the hard work at NAB paid off and we are happy to welcome some new cusotmers to BroadStream and we'll tell you all about them over the next few months. In the meantime, if you didn't make it NAB or you are just now beginning your plan for an automation refresh or thinking about new technology to carry you forward you shouldwatch and listen to Peter Wharton our VP of Technology and Business Development as he tells InBroadcast What's New at BroadStream.
Even the BroadStream Puppies Loved NAB this Year
Every year NAB illustrates that the only thing constant about the broadcast business is CHANGE. And with constant change comes uncertainty. What will TV will look like in the future? What technology will likely drive these future changes?
Defining and implementing a tailored broadcast cloud strategy can lead to improved uptime and lower overall operating costs if done right.
Last October, SMPTE held their Advanced Technology Conference in Los Angeles. For an industry in the midst of change, it's essential for all of us to keep up with the advances and understand the challenges that lie ahead. Events like the SMPTE Advanced Technology Conference provide a wonderful opportunity to hear from the leaders in our industry, understand where we're headed and what technologies will help us get there. If participation in such events is any indicator of the health of our industry then the future looks rosy as this event had the best attendance in over a decade.