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Levels Beyond's Art Raymond Details Latest REACH ENGINE Developments

By Jeff Kazanow on Apr 7, 2020 1:18:16 PM

Art Raymond, Levels Beyond founder and Chief Customer Officer shares the latest developments and wins for its Reach Engine media-orchestration platform, how Levels Beyond has seen changes and been impacted by Covid, and how they factor into the urgent shift to remote collaboration. Raymond discusses the pivots and adjustments that Levels Beyond is enabling for broadcasters, leagues, and teams to adapt to a seismic shift in the content-creation business.

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REACH ENGINE & AWS deliver Proxy-in-the-cloud for RAPID WFH Video Workflows

By Jeff Kazanow on Apr 2, 2020 9:01:01 AM

Remote workforce enablement for those working with documents, images, and online meetings is one thing. But those working with high-volume, high-throughput, VIDEO content are quickly learning that standard remote workforce infrastructure and dependence on VPNs will not cut it for transitioning creative production and video distribution environments to a work-at-home model. 

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REACH ENGINE, Signiant, and BOX help the NHL work from home.

By Jeff Kazanow on Mar 31, 2020 4:21:24 PM

Cloud-based workflows help producers and editors work with large video files from their homes.

With North Americans deep into their third week of quarantine as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic, many are looking for a welcome distraction from the stresses of the current times.

To help bring a sense of normalcy to their fans, the NHL has launched “NHL Pause Binge,” a campaign across NHL.com, the league’s YouTube channel, and its various social channels that curates a robust collection of some of the NHL’s greater pieces of video content from its rich history.

“Content, right now, is what people are yearning for and desiring and we really put a lot of effort into giving people a bit more of their fill of hockey,” says Steve Mayer, chief content officer for the NHL. “This has been quite an interesting time and we think we are putting out some pretty cool things and we’ll continue to do so all the way through the pause. We’re trying to provide people at home – who are going through some really difficult times – with joy and entertainment. We know they love the NHL and we’re trying to give them something they will enjoy.”

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