Ashok Sharma pitches Teamium to the Pitch Prize Judges at NAB Show New York
Teamium is a cloud-based media production management platform that provides distributed teams with all the digital collaboration tools they need to coordinate production work. Teamium’s visual collaboration tools that work on all devices combined with consumer-grade user experience that requires no training radically transform the way production teams communicate and get things done. Designed with the latest digital technologies, Teamium unifies production resource planning and management with user defined business processes eliminating spreadsheets and never-ending email chains.
Chloe Kettell explains PolyPort’s 3D digital asset management. In addition to winning the Pitch Prize, Port also took home the Peoples Choice Award
PolyPort offers complete digital asset management, tracking, and IP protection for owners and creators. PolyPort’s solution, employing security and encryption algorithms, enable content owners to control, monitor, and manage access to digital content to remote users and collaborators in real time as well as set time limits on assets for self-destruct. PolyPort gives you true control over your intellectual property wherever it may travel.
Airwavz CEO Bonnie Beeman pitches Airwavz.tv
Airwavz.TV™ is delivering fresh, fast and free TV all over the world. Airwavz.tv is the first and only company to design and patent Quarterback®, the world’s first digital TV antenna and receiver that enables anyone with a smartphone to get live television broadcast programming straight from TV towers – even if there’s no cell, internet, Wi-Fi or satellite service. Quarterback® satisfies consumers pent-up demand to get free Over-The-Air High-Definition TV on mobiles, with instant access to premium grade TV channels 2 thru 51. Plus, Airwavz.tv is pioneering NextGen TV deployment in the United States with the commercial launch of RedZone Receiver™ the world’s first professional NextGen TV toolkit designed to help broadcasters roll out ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV, which is poised to replace the current US digital TV standard beginning in 2019.