08.24.2007 12:00 AM
Marquis Broadcast Partners with Bridge Digital in U.S. Expansion
Marquis Broadcast, which specializes in broadcast workflow studies and solutions, is opening a new office in Nashville, Tenn., in a joint venture with broadcast systems supplier Bridge Digital Inc.

Marquis has recently experienced a rise in new U.S. business with an increase in demand for its Medway media highway system. The new office will enhance customer support services and provide additional support for Marquis’ channel partners across the country.

By opening the new office in conjunction with Bridge Digital, Marquis gains a dedicated team of broadcast professionals who are fully trained to provide a complete range of support services covering Marquis’ products.

Bridge Digital has been supplying U.S. broadcasters with software and hardware for more than five years. Operating as a dedicated Marquis resource, they will give Medway customers additional reassurance that their broadcasting workflows can always be maintained effectively.

“We are very pleased to be working with Marquis and look forward to working with the Marquis channel to introduce Medway to more broadcasters in the Americas,” said Richie Murray, president of Bridge Digital. “As the adoption of digital workflows continues, broadcasters need tight integration between systems in order to achieve efficient workflows. Medway provides a simple highway for media to flow without incurring problems caused by incompatibilities between systems from different manufacturers.”

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