The broadcast automation and production workflow solutions provider will demonstrate the new enhancements in booth N3824 at the event, which will be held April 9-12 in Las Vegas.
ENCO will showcase an array of new features in its MOM (Media Operations Manager) system that reportedly deepen its integration with third-party solutions while addressing the accelerating transition to IP in todays television operations. The broadcast automation and production workflow solutions provider will demonstrate the new enhancements in booth N3824 at the event, which will be held April 9-12 in Las Vegas.
MOM offers broadcasters, cable television operators and streaming media providers a platform for organising, managing and automating broadcast production and integrated channel playout tasks. Combining functionality including ingest, media asset management, graphics, live production and playout automation within a unified, platform, MOM reportedly integrates with a range of third-party systems to form end-to-end media workflows.
In the two years since we first launched MOM, weve continued to add new capabilities that deliver increased flexibility and value for our customers while expanding its scope into more production processes, said Ken Frommert, President of ENCO. The new features were showcasing at this years NAB Show enable even tighter interoperability with popular third-party tools our clients are using today, while laying the groundwork for powerful, next-generation workflows in the future.
MOMs live production capabilities also continue to evolve, the release stated. Live SDI and NDI inputs enable automated cut-ins without the need for an external switcher, while manual operators can switch between multiple live or pre-recorded sources though MOMs OnAir user interface.
Todays media organisations need flexible solutions that provide a future-proof foundation while integrating seamlessly into their existing operational environments, said Frommert. We are excited to keep expanding MOMs extensive, forward-looking feature set beyond traditional broadcast automation tasks while maintaining its hallmark price/performance value.