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StreamGuys forms Agile partnership

StreamGuys forms Agile partnership
L–R: Eduardo Martinez and Tim Labelle of StreamGuys; Chris Penny and Ian Thomson of Agile Broadcast

StreamGuys forms Agile partnership


StreamGuys, an SaaS-based streaming and podcast provider, has chosen Agile Broadcast as its exclusive distributor for Australia and New Zealand. This partnership will provide customers in the region with StreamGuys’ cloud-based services and solutions for producing, managing and delivering live and on-demand streaming media and podcasts. Agile Broadcast is a systems integrator that specialises in technical solutions for the radio broadcast industry.

‘SGrecast is a fantastic SaaS solution that creates new revenue opportunities, allowing clients to not only easily re-broadcast content that has already been streamed and transform it into podcasts, but also providing extensive tools to publicise existing media,’ said Ian Thomson, director of sales and business development at Agile Broadcast. ‘Meanwhile, monitoring and analytics tools such as SGalerts and SGreports enable our clients to gain much-needed information about their streaming operations and content usage that can be difficult to get from other providers. We have been extremely impressed with our professional dealings with StreamGuys’ commercial teams to date and we are confident that they are 100% aligned with Agile Broadcast’s service values.’

Jason Osburn, executive vice president of StreamGuys, added: ‘Agile Broadcast has a tremendous reputation and very strong relationships with radio organisations in Australia and New Zealand. Broadcasters in the region can now have in-depth discussions about streaming with the same people they talk to about encoders, consoles and playout systems, making it easy for them to unify their traditional and forward-looking operations. Agile sees the future of radio being cloud- and service-based, which obviously aligns with our vision and we look forward to working closely with them to bring our benefits to their customers.’

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