Client News

UTV upgrades archive system with Sequence Parking

Northern Ireland’s UTV has installed a new archiving system to give the broadcaster faster access to its digital news packages and archive material as it moves towards a tapeless workflow.


Network Ten Becomes First Marquis Customer in Australia

Marquis Broadcast, specialist in broadcast workflow studies and solutions, has sold its first systems into Australia having secured an order for two Medway media exchange systems from Australian broadcasting company, Network Ten.


ITV Chooses Marquis Medway for integration with BT Content Store

Marquis Broadcast, specialist in broadcast workflow studies and media integration tools, has announced that ITV has purchased a Medway file interchange system, for use at its postproduction operation at The London Studios (TLS) on South Bank, London. Medway will be integrated with the company's Avid ISIS editing and postproduction operation and BT Content Store media storage service, enabling broadcast quality digital content to move seamlessly between the two systems.


RTRK Kazakhstan Updates from Tape to Digital with Marquis' Medway Media Transfer Software

Marquis Broadcast, specialist in broadcast studies and workflow solutions, has announced that RTRK Kazakhstan, Kazakhstan's national television channel, has purchased a Medway media transfer and format conversion system to provide the media highway for its new tapeless workflow.


Parliament Channel Chooses Medway for Improved Broadcasting Workflow

Marquis Broadcast, specialist in content workflows and media integration software, has announced that ARTV (TV Parlamento), the internal television channel of the Portuguese Parliament, has installed Medway, Marquis' software integration and format conversion software. ARTV chose Medway to improve the delivery of media between the multiple processes involved in its enterprise-wide broadcasting environment.


Bayerischer Rundfunk Purchases Largest Medway System

Marquis Broadcast, specialists in broadcast workflow studies and software solutions, are today announcing their largest sale of the newly launched Medway media exchange system to German broadcaster, Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR). Medway will form a universal media exchange interface to BR's new production and broadcasting centre in Munich, where it will enable media files to be transferred seamlessly between various large-scale systems from a range of manufacturers. BR's new centre, known as Sendezentrum Freimann (SZFM), represents a major investment in digital technology. Completion will be in December 2005, with Medway being installed in stages from June 2005.


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