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TMD, Mediaproxy compliance archive partnership

February 5, 2018

In a collaboration that drives advances in broadcast compliance, monitoring, and software-defined workflows, asset and workflow management systems provider TMD has partnered with Mediaproxy, a provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions for compliance, monitoring, and analysis, to create a practical and efficient integrated content management workflow solution.

Mediaproxy develops compliance recording systems for broadcasters worldwide. The same technology is now being used to provide a lightweight but highly functional recording of extended content, such as major sporting events and legislative proceedings. The partnership with TMD allows content, typically off air programme recordings and metadata captured by Mediaproxy LogServer, to be automatically added to the TMD Mediaflex-UMS database.

The result is Mediaflex-UMS driven software-defined workflows which will utilise Mediaproxy recorded content and metadata. Mediaflex users are also able to locate Mediaproxy assets by searching Mediaflex: customers are now able to search through continuous broadcast compliance logs and off air recordings to find specific content, references, and metadata to be used with all the power of Mediaflex workflows.

“As software-defined workflows grow in importance, we are focusing on creating technology partnerships with other market leaders to enable us to deliver highly functional, seamless solutions,” said Carlton Smith, CEO of TMD. “Mediaproxy is not just a market leader, but an innovative thinker in how technology can support advanced solutions and this is a great opportunity for us to collaborate.”

Erik Otto, CEO of Mediaproxy, added “Integrating LogServer with Mediaflex-UMS offers many possibilities enabling customers to benefit from the power and flexibility of a unified solution. Partnering with TMD and their market leading asset management solution allows us to take on new and exciting challenges.”

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