BRUSSELS, April 13, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Actus Digital announced today that Central European Media Enterprises Ltd. ("CME") has deployed the Actus Digital media monitoring platform as a centralized system from which CME can monitor all the TV channels from its broadcasters in the six countries where it operates.
CME is the owner of 36 TV channels in different countries in Europe. Actus system was already deployed as a broadcast monitoring system in each of these countries. CME's requirement was to be able to monitor all the channels from each country.
"The Actus TV monitoring platform was installed in all of our television businesses in Central and Eastern Europe to comply with regulations and to provide tools to support the marketing and research, quality assurance, and content re-purposing," said Paul Rogers, Head of Corporate Information Systems and IT, at CME. "As the company that owns these broadcast operations, we wanted to have a centralized system, which allows us to monitor all the TV channels in all countries from one common user interface. Actus has implemented a specific configuration that allows us to do this. Now, CME and its management team can monitor all of our TV channels from all countries for our internal requirements, analysis and planning purposes."
"After working with CME broadcasters for many years, and providing to each one our broadcast monitoring system for recording, clips creation and rating analysis purposes, we were very happy to provide CME a centralized system that allows them to monitor and analyze all their channels from the company's headquarters," said Raphael Renous, Actus Digital CTO. "We have used the fact that our system was already installed in all six locations, and have built a special configuration that allows CME to have one common interface for all six systems."
The company announced recently that KTVN (CBS TV affiliate) has deployed Actus Digital for broadcast monitoring and Acquisition. Read more on: http://actusdigital.com/media-center/news-and-press-releases/ktvn-deploys-actus/
Actus will also present at NAB 2016 a new Change-Tracker (for comparing two video streams) and new NLC (Near Live Clips for OTT) technology, read more on: http://actusdigital.com/nab16-change-tracker-nlc/
Meet us at NABSHOW Booth SU7821 http://actusdigital.com/nab16-meet-us/
About Actus Digital:
Actus Digital is a developer of web-based broadcast monitoring and content generation platform. Actus platform was designed for broadcasters, cable and satellite providers, IPTV, media agencies, governments and content producers. Leveraging emerging web technologies and IT standard hardware, Actus' solutions are highly scalable systems, ideal for cross-organizational content analysis and content repurposing. Actus' next-generation solutions complement any broadcast workflow, empowering operators with purpose-built tools for acquiring, viewing, analyzing and repurposing transmissions from channels around the world. Its impressive customer list also includes global media broadcasters such as CNBC, AMC Networks, Disney, BBC, BSkyB, Sky, Fox channels, Star, StarHub, Singtel, MTG, Encompass, AirTel, Sony, and Zee Networks. For more information, please visit http://www.actusdigital.com.
CME is a media and entertainment company operating leading businesses in six Central and Eastern European markets with an aggregate population of approximately 50 million people. CME broadcasts 36 television channels in Bulgaria (bTV, bTV Cinema, bTV Comedy, bTV Action, bTV Lady and Ring.bg), Croatia (Nova TV, Doma, Nova World and Mini TV), the Czech Republic (TV Nova, Nova Cinema, Nova Sport 1, Nova Sport 2, Nova International, Fanda, Smichov and Telka), Romania (PRO TV, PRO TV International, Acasa, Acasa Gold, PRO Cinema, Sport.ro, MTV Romania, PRO TV Chisinau and Acasa in Moldova), the Slovak Republic (TV Markíza, Markiza International, Doma and Dajto), and Slovenia (POP TV, Kanal A, Brio, Oto and Kino). CME is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market and the Prague Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "CETV".
SOURCE Actus Digital