VidiGo Named Finalist in IABM Design & Innovation Awards 2014

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GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND—VidiGo has announced that it has been shortlisted in the System Automation and Control category of the IABM Design & Innovation Awards. The awards will be casting the spotlight on new solutions or products that bring benefit or create new opportunities to the broadcast and media industry.

VidiGo’s award entry was based on its Studio Automation, offering an all-in-one solution for multi-camera live production and automation, including integration opportunities with newsroom systems. The Studio Automation workflow allows broadcaster to fully automate their live newcast based on the available data from their newsroom system. VidiGo has recently completed the installation of Studio Automation at eight regional TV studios in the Nordics.

Shortlisted entries will be judged by a panel of independent specialists chaired by John Ive, Director of Business Development and Technology, IABM. Winners will be announced at the IABM reception and awards ceremony at IBC in Amsterdam Sept. 13 18:30.

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