KINGSTON, Jamaica, Aug. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- VideoShip Enterprise Ltd., a global leader in advanced workflow and Content Distribution Network (CDN) services for the broadcast, film and cable industries, is showcasing their Media Beach Global News Exchange technology at the Public Media Alliance (PMA) Global Conference and the Caribbean Broadcast Union (CBU) 49th Annual general Assembly being held this week in Kingston, Jamaica.
Colin Grimes, VP Business Development of Videoship Enterprise stated “We are very pleased to have been invited to attend this prestigious event as an exhibitor by the Public Media Alliance and having the opportunity to present our work to the Caribbean Broadcast Union’s membership. Our Media Beach Global News Exchange technology and CDN connect broadcasters on a global scale with a set of game-changing services purpose-built for the fast-paced exchange of up-to-the-minute news. Our technology is already in use by the Asia Broadcast Union, the African Union of Broadcasting and is currently undergoing trials across 20 countries in Latin America with the Latin America News Alliance (AIL)”
Media Beach provides for the rapid and efficient exchange of large video files, live streams, photos and text between news organisations anywhere in the world. The technology is designed to streamline the gathering and sharing of content, empowering networks large and small to diversify their content and engage broader audiences while generating new revenue streams on content that can be used and shared in new markets.
Tom Grimes, CEO and Founder of Videoship added “We are looking forward to meeting with broadcasters and news agencies at the PMA and CBU event in Kingston this week and demonstrating our technology. We are proud of how our services have enabled organizations worldwide to transition their contribution feeds from expensive satellite and leased line networks to bundled broadband Internet connectivity while maintaining the broadcast quality B2B Service Level Agreement (SLA) terms and conditions that they are used to.”
The Public Media Alliance (formerly the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association) global conference will feature high profile global and regional speakers for a day of debate highlighting how new media technologies provide boundless opportunities for innovation in content and ideas. As many broadcasters are evolving into multiplatform media organizations, it is a critical time to ensure that social media use is professionalized, and public trust retained.
The Caribbean Broadcasting Union was formed in 1970 with a view to stimulating the flow of broadcast material among the radio and television systems in the Caribbean region. The theme of this year’s CBU Assembly, which is taking place concurrently with the PMA global conference, is “Building Resilience to Climate Change: Business, Technology and Content Options for Caribbean Media”.
VideoShip, established in 2004, is an international company with headquarters in Ottawa and operations in Pensacola, Singapore and Dublin. The company has a strong technology background and track record of innovation in the development of robust delivery solutions for broadcast-quality live streaming and file-based video content delivery over the Internet. Their core service offerings also include video aggregation, workflow and distribution and they operate an international Content Delivery Network that is optimized for both live and file-based video distribution. VideoShip also provides system integration, video encoding and transcoding, dynamic optimization of existing network infrastructure including hybrid terrestrial and satellite networks. Some of VideoShip’s prestigious clients include ABU, NBC News, Raycom Media, CNN, Cox Media, CBS, Comcast and Telemundo.