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Pixel Power appoints two product specialists

Pixel Power appoints two product specialists

Pixel Power appoints two product specialists

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Pixel Power has increased its software solutions business by adding two new product specialists to the team. Both Tanya Schurawel and Toria Farrell will be helping customers to develop solutions for automated production, graphics and playout.

Schurawel previously worked at Univision where she was a technical supervisor, animator and designer. Her new role in the US will involve engaging with customers during the pre-sales period to make sure that the requirements with Pixel Power’s systems are met.

Farrell started her career as an EPG scheduler at the BBC, which then led to her working for the transmission launch team for the BT Sport launch in 2013, then a playout director in 2015. She has worked in many transmission areas including uktv, ITV, Channel 4, BT Sport and BBC World News. Farrell will be based in Cambridge, where she will work with customers to create software and virtualised playout solutions to improve the business.

‘As playout moves from large hardware installations to the almost infinite capabilities of software-defined, virtualisable solutions, broadcasters need to look at their operations and workflows afresh,’ said James Gilbert, CEO of Pixel Power. ‘Vendors have an important role here, in translating a broadcaster’s business needs into innovative, practical and affordable technologies and workflows. Tanya and Toria, because of their extensive and current experience in broadcast and online transmission, are great assets in these discussions. I’m delighted they have joined the Pixel Power team, helping us – and our customers – go from strength to strength.’



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