Marquis Broadcast, has today announced it is to launch Project Parking Version 4 at NAB 2015. Project Parking, Marquis’ popular archive and retrieve solution, has now been developed to become a complete Avid storage management solution and it will be shown for the first time, on booth SL7720 at NAB 2015.
Marquis Broadcast, experts in content workflows and media integration software, specialises in moving media. The Company has today announced it will launch Workspace Parking, its new ‘set & forget’ disaster recovery solution for Avid workspaces, plus a host of storage analysis tools at NAB 2015.
“Managing many projects and trying to keep track of hours of content while at the same time protecting such media assets is a real challenge for broadcasters and post houses around the world,” confirms Chris Steele, managing director, Marquis Broadcast. “As a result, many organisations have a significant vulnerability when it comes to maintaining business continuity.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, has announced seaside productions GmbH, German creative agency for on air promotion, design and post production, is now using Marquis’ Project Parking to help manage its edit storage more effectively. The Munich based agency purchased Project Parking through reseller Videocation and the solution will be used on on-air promos for the ProSiebenSat.1 TV channels.
Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, has announced Südwestrundfunk (SWR) the regional public broadcasting corporation serving the southwest of Germany has selected Marquis’ Project Parking to move projects and help manage its edit storage more effectively. Project Parking which was purchased through reseller Media Online Frankfurt, is now used in the broadcaster’s Stuttgart and Baden Baden facilities.
SGL, a leading provider of content archive and storage management software for media and entertainment, has announced a contract win from Griffin Communications’, owner of TV stations KOTV News On 6 (Tulsa) and KWTV/News 9 (Oklahoma City). Griffin Communications has purchased Marquis Broadcast’s Project Parking archive and restore solution, which will be fully integrated with SGL’s existing FlashNet archive system. Griffin Communications reaches over 90 per cent of Oklahoma households via its two TV stations, state-wide radio network, online, and mobile information distribution service.