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A year after it acquired Amsterdam-based Digital Media Centre (DMC), media services company TVT has announced that going forward both companies are to unite under a single name.

tvtdmc 19sep2017TVT acquired all of the shares of AMC Networks subsidiary DMC in July 2017,  giving it control of a company that provides major content owners, media companies and studios with software-defined, cloud-based media logistics and distribution services that drive entertainment services. At purchase TVT and AMC Networks International entered into a long-term contract whereby it would provide content management and playout services for a portion of AMCNI’s channels across Europe.

The new TVT Media will now deliver 99 channels from what is claimed to be Europe’s first fully virtualised private broadcast cloud in Amsterdam, offering integrated end-to-end content services journey to broadcasters and content owners in 50-plus countries. Among the 99 channels now being delivered via TVT Media’s full-IP virtualised platform include brands owned by A+E Networks, AMC Networks, FOX Networks Group, Liberty Global and Sony Pictures.

The private broadcast cloud enables broadcasters, studios and other content owners is claimed to be able to ‘dramatically’ accelerate time to market, reduce hardware requirements and maintain full control over their content.

“This has been an eventful year in which we have taken some huge steps and transformed what were two businesses into a unified, dynamic force,” commented TVT Media chief executive Ian Brotherston. “We’ve done this by blending talent, extending already-strong capabilities, adopting the best technologies from each, and building on the experience and expertise both groups brought to the table a year ago.

“Linking all the elements of our business together over the past year has put us in a strong and largely unique position to address the full complexities of global content delivery across cultures, languages and regulatory environments – all while overcoming technical hurdles,” Brotherston notes. “We have now positioned ourselves to more effectively enrich, localise and publish content, delivering it in 50 countries and 40 languages.”

The unified global content services are available through a single website at