Verizon ICF Media Platform

Verizon announced the launch of its next generation ICF Media Platform at the NAB yesterday.

From the press release:

The new version, part of Verizon Business’ ICF Media Platform family of software-based products and services, supports the National Television System Committee (NTSC) signal, the standard for North America, Central America and Japan.

“The digital media marketplace is exploding, and Verizon Business is helping to transform how the broadcast and the entertainment industries do business,’’ said Ron McMurtrie, group president specialized services for Verizon Business. “As telecommunications and entertainment converge, Verizon Business is helping customers – through our advanced platform and global IP network — to control costs and simplify their operations by efficiently managing and distributing digital media content from virtually anywhere at anytime.’’

Customers can use the media platform for editing, consolidating and distributing content to a wide variety of formats and devices, including a desktop computer, IPTV, personal video player, a mobile phone or any EVDO-enabled wireless device. The platform is ideally suited for remote rough-editing, content logging, broadcast archiving and digital asset management and viewing “digital dailies’’ from the field.”

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About Daniel Davenport

Daniel is a digital media executive with internet and broadcast experience. Daniel is currently the executive strategy director at THINK Interactive.

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