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MSA Focus Asia Roadshow 2019

Following the success of our previous Asia Roadshows, MSA Focus will be hitting the road again throughout 2019 for a series of regional roadshows across the globe. These kick off with our annual trip through the Asia-Pacific Region, which this year is running through the last 2 weeks of January. Between 14th and 27th January, … Continued

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MSA Focus to hit the road with Regional Roadshows for 2019

Following the success of our Asia Roadshows, MSA Focus are planning to hit the road again in 2019 for a series of regional roadshows across the globe. As well as showcasing our flagship solution ForeTV Pulse, we’ll be demonstrating our latest software innovations & offering an opportunity to discuss the requirements and frustrations of broadcasters … Continued

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MSA Focus partner with Automation

MSA Focus is excited to announce its latest integration partnership with automation system CoralPlay. is a new company offering real-time playout and content preparation solutions that have been designed using the latest technologies to work hosted in the cloud, on the ground or even a blend of both. ForeTV Pulse will be seamlessly … Continued

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Desktop vs Browser not just another Thick vs Thin Client debate?

We are increasingly moving toward computer architectures where software is virtualised in some way. It may not be held in a server room we can physically see and access, but somewhere out there, provided by a cloud services such as AWS, Azure or Google Cloud.

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The Future of Content Streaming

Everybody has a view on streaming, and OTT, and content to mobiles, and generally fulfilling the vision of what the consumer wants, when they want it, where they want it.

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The new media landscape

Audiences love streamed content. According to Statista, the worldwide number of transactional video on demand users worldwide is 258 million in 2018, with the prediction that it will reach almost 317 million by 2022.

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What do we mean by “Broadcast Management”?

“Broadcast management” is a term often used but not always fully understood. Its broad nature can often lead to confusion and time wasted in discovery of what is actually required as a solution. Add to this the disrupted nature of the content delivery market place, with many players not coming from a traditional broadcast TV … Continued

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Secondary Events: Interactivity to Contextual Overlays

In an era when consumers can get the content they want from broadcasters, from online content aggregators like Netflix and Amazon, direct from production companies, from new entrants with the muscle to change the market (like Apple) and, frankly, from various degrees of piracy, everyone is looking to maintain revenues to survive. The general agreement … Continued

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Selling Secondary Events

There is a channel in the UK called ITV2. As its name suggests, it is part of the ITV network, the largest commercial broadcaster in the country, and as one of its secondary channels is afforded the opportunity to re-use content in syndication. A striking feature about ITV2 is its station idents. These consist of … Continued

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