Mediaproxy, a provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions for compliance, monitoring and analysis, announced that Globecast, the global solutions provider for media, has chosen its LogServer software solution for its London and Singapore facilities.
Globecast helps customers to manage their content and make it available wherever required, by anyone required. The company provides seamless content acquisition, media management, VOD logistics, OTT and distribution services globally, constantly investing in new technologies to create customer-centric new services. With points of presence in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Africa content around the world rely on Globecast for their needs.
The company’s facilities can ingest broadcast feeds from satellite, digital terrestrial television, and IP networks for aggregating, processing, and delivering live and file-based content around the world. LogServer, Mediaproxy’s software-based broadcast and IP monitoring solution, provides real-time compliance monitoring, reporting, and incidence management. Using Mediaproxy’s LogServer software suite, Globecast is able to ensure full compliance with local broadcast regulations including loudness, subtitling, and closed captioning. The LogServer solution was installed at Globecast’s London facilities by Mediaproxy’s UK based partner, Polar Graphics.
“With Mediaproxy we can ensure the highest level of regulatory compliance and quality control possible for our customer,” said Sylvain Merle, CTO, Globecast. “As content delivery and consumption becomes increasingly multi-screen and multi-format, the agility provided by the LogServer software suite will allow us to stay one step ahead of evolving viewer trends.”
“We are very pleased that Globecast has chosen our software based solution as we know how seriously they take broadcast compliance and quality assurance,” said Mark Horchler, VP of Global Marketing at Mediaproxy. “We are looking forward to working with the UK team and continue to deliver the most reliable and advanced solution.”