01.21.2004 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Frost & Sullivan honors Thomson with the Digital Media Company of the Year Award

The KayakDD 1 M/E production switcher (top), the NewsEdit NLE system (middle) and the M-Series iVDR are all features in Thomson Grass Valley's new TV Station in a Kit systems.

Frost & Sullivan has acknowledged the contributions to the media industry of Thomson, a leading provider of end-to-end solutions to the entertainment industries, with the Digital Media Company of the Year Award. The award was announced during the 2004 Frost & Sullivan Global Excellence in Information & Communication Technology Awards Banquet.

In presenting the award, Frost & Sullivan cited the overall industry leadership that Thomson Broadcast & Media Solutions has shown over the past two years.

Specifically, Frost & Sullivan cited the introduction by Thomson of its TV Station in a Kit Series last year. The pre-configured kits consist of core digital products for studio, mobile, and news production.

They include proven products from Thomson’s Grass Valley line, including digital cameras, network attached storage (NAS) systems, intelligent video digital recorders (iVDRs), switchers, routers, nonlinear editors, automated news playback systems, and modular devices.

The Digital Media Company of the Year Award is presented based on factors such as the company's business development, competitive strategy, and customer service leadership within the marketplace.

For more information, please visit: www.thomsongrassvalley.com.

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