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    Five Steps to Connect: Distribution In our last blog we looked at what it takes to acquire content using M2A CONNECT, but that begs the question: can a rights owner also use M2A CONNECT to distribute that same content? It’s a simple answer: yes. M2A CONNECT is an integrated product which can handle the process of both distributing and acquiring live video within the AWS Cloud. If you’re a rights owner working with multiple partners,
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    Five steps to Connect: Acquisition By Callum Elsdon, Product Marketing Manager, M2A Media All too often you will hear about the complexities of the Cloud to acquire content for broadcast TV. We’ve been developing our cloud orchestration product, M2A CONNECT, for the acquisition and distribution of TV channels and events in the AWS Cloud since 2019. Bringing this to market has meant we take on the heavy lifting of developing the streamlined functionality so you
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    Making M2A Media one of the best places to work in TV This year, M2A Media made it into the annual Broadcast Place Best Places to Work in TV, in the Top Non-Indies category. M2A is therefore among this year’s qualifying companies where 94% of employees declare themselves ‘very satisfied’ with their employer and 83% of employees say they have a good work/life balance. As a people-centric business, this is a badge that we will wear
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    Free your technical team’s time – and empower your media operators with Profile Composer By Callum Elsdon, Product Marketing Manager, M2A Media It may have started life as a single unmonitored IP stream in a machine room, but live streaming operations for OTT and the internet are now at the heart of broadcast operations sitting side by side with traditional delivery. Today, playout operations for live streaming need to work reliably and predictably, along with
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    Cloud will solve one of the great international broadcasting headaches By Callum Elsdon, Product Marketing Manager, M2A Media You’ve secured the broadcast rights to the biggest event this year. It’s going to be big. HUGE. The countdown clock is ticking.  Then hits the realisation.  Tens of feeds need converting simultaneously from one frame rate to another over numerous weeks and all you have are a couple of aging frame rate converters. Alarm bells begin to

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