TV Technology Announces Recipients of Best of Show Special Edition Awards

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WASHINGTON—TV Technology is delighted to announce the winners of the 2020 Best of Show Special Edition Awards.

The special edition of the program was created this year in the absence of a physical spring NAB Show. It honors and helps promote outstanding new, recently introduced and pending products and services.

The full list of winners from TV Technology are:

  • 7Mountains—DINA - Cloud Newsroom Solution
  • Advantech—VEGA-8300E 8K Broadcast Video Encoder 
  • AVIWEST—RACK300 HEVC Video Contribution Encoder 
  • Black Box—Emerald PE IP-Based KVM Extenders 
  • Broadpeak—S4Streaming 
  • Canon USA—CJ18ex7.6B KASE S UHDgc 
  • Cineo Lighting—Reflex r15 
  • ENCO Systems—enCaption Live Automated Captioning 
  • Evertz Microsystems—SCORPION Smart Media Processing Platform 
  • LG Business Solutions—.44mm Bezel LCD Video Wall (55SVH7PF) 
  • Litra LLC—LitraStudio Portable RGBWW LED Light 
  • Masstech—Kumulate 
  • PHABRIX—QxL - 25G IP Enabled Rasterizer 
  • Primestream—Primestream Creative Bridge 
  • Qligent Corp.—Dymos™ Event Based Dynamic Monitoring 
  • Quantum—Quantum F1000 
  • Rohde & Schwarz—R&S NextGen TV transmitter solution 
  • Signiant—Jet 
  • Sony—Sony PVM-X2400 4K HDR TRIMASTER Monitor 
  • Telestream—Wirecast Gear 
  • Thinklogical, a Belden Brand—Low-Latency 12G SDI Extenders 
  • TVU Networks—TVU One with integrated 5G modem 
  • Vela—Compliance Monitoring Logger/Multiviewer 
  • Verimatrix—VCAS 5 for DVB 
  • Verizon Media Platform—Verizon Media Control 
  • Wheatstone—Blade 4 for WheatNet-IP Audio Network 
  • Zixi—Zixi Software-Defined Video Platform 

Winners have been selected by panels of professional users and magazine and site editors.

“Our thanks to the many companies that participated in this year’s program under such unusual circumstances,” said Paul McLane, managing director of content in Future’s B2B media technology group. “It’s clear from the nominations and the outstanding winners that despite the current health crisis, technology innovation remains strong in our industry.”

Winners and nominees will be featured in a Program Guide to be distributed shortly to 95,000 broadcast and media readers across Future’s media brands.

Tom Butts

Tom has covered the broadcast technology market for the past 25 years, including three years handling member communications for the National Association of Broadcasters followed by a year as editor of Video Technology News and DTV Business executive newsletters for Phillips Publishing. In 1999 he launched for internet B2B portal Verticalnet. He is also a charter member of the CTA's Academy of Digital TV Pioneers. Since 2001, he has been editor-in-chief of TV Tech (, the leading source of news and information on broadcast and related media technology and is a frequent contributor and moderator to the brand’s Tech Leadership events.