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IBM has announced that Comic-Con HQ, Canadian Broadcasting Corp, AOL and Broadway Video are tapping the company's new Cloud Video unit to do everything from launching new channels to video management and distribution.

In a major extension of what it regards as a hugely important area in broadcasting, Ericsson has expanded its content discovery services offering to the US, Canada and Australia.

Nokia Technologies has unveiled new solutions for its OZO virtual reality (VR) camera, including live VR broadcasting, 3D stitching and a VR player software development kit (SDK).

Spain’s VSN has integrated SGL’s archive solutions into its set of media management solutions.
Broadcast technology leader Grass Valley has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Cisco designed to develop broadcast IP workflow solutions that will improve customers’ business agility.

Since it emerged not so long ago V-Nova’s PERSEUS has shaken up the video delivery market and its claims to be a ‘game-changer’ have now been independently verified.

IP video firm Zixi has added linear functionality to simplify contribution, distribution and aggregation of channels for OTT, MVPD and content providers.

Aiming to deliver ‘seamless’ and cost-effective acquisition workflows for broadcast production, compression solutions provider ATEME has enhanced its TITAN transcoder for ingest in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.