Press Releases

ENI Asia Pte Ltd chooses PlayBox Technology

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

ENI Media Asia PTE Ltd, a Korean company that provides a one-stop playout service, has installed a PlayBox Technology playout system at its premises in Singapore. This is now being used to broadcast The Football Channel on the Uplink platform.

60% Sales Growth at PlayBox Technology

Thursday, April 28, 2011

PlayBox Technology, the #1 international channel-in-a-box manufacturer, reports a 60% (sixty per cent) increase in sales in the first quarter of 2011 compared to the same period last year. This level is predicted to continue for the remainder of the year and comes on top of thirty plus per cent increases in the previous two years, putting sales volume now at over two-and-a-half times that of 2008.

PlayBox Technology Launches "Multi-Channel-in-a-Box" Solutions at NAB 2011

Thursday, April 28, 2011

PlayBox Technology, the #1 international ‘TV channel in a box’ manufacturer with over 9,500 playout and branding channels worldwide, is presenting its new "Multi-Channel-in-a-Box" capability at NAB 2011 – powering multiple channels within one box. PlayBox Technology’s cornerstone playout, CG & graphics and ingest servers are to be available in multichannel, single-box configurations, as well as offering an enhanced range of capabilities.

PlayBox Technology Hits The Big Time at NAB 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

NAB in Las Vegas was a very busy show for PlayBox Technology. The booth was usually overcrowded with broadcasters from around the world. Why? Because they were looking for exactly what the company has to offer: cost-effective ways to quickly establish broadcast playout capability. As economies are still only slowly recovering and many broadcasters continue to have only limited budgets, many are turning to integrated EdgeBox and Channel-in-a-Box solutions from PlayBox Technology.

PlayBox Technology Launches TimeShiftBox HD at NAB 2011

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

London, 24 March 2011 – PlayBox Technology, the #1 international ‘TV Channel in a Box’ manufacturer with over 9,500 playout and branding channels worldwide, is launching TimeShiftBox HD that supports Dolby Digital audio and VANC ancillary data.

Bigger, Better, Brighter BVE!

Thursday, March 31, 2011

BVE 2011 pressed all the right buttons at PlayBox Technology, with the volume and quality of the stand traffic the best yet for this exhibition, the company’s third attendance at the show. At 30 square metres the stand, and the number of staff manning it, were both the biggest ever for the company at BVE. Sales Director, Ben Gunkel comments, “The expansion proved to be well justified by the quality and quantity of the visitors we had at the stand.”

PlayBox Technology puts QC in the Box

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

PlayBox Technology, the #1 international ‘TV Channel in a Box’ manufacturer with over 9,500 playout and branding channels worldwide, is launching QCBox at NAB 2011. QCBox provides automatic quality control, giving an assessment of the technical quality of the media to guarantee successful playout via an AirBox playout server.

PlayBox Technology Open Days in Germany and Turkey

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

PlayBox Technology has jointly participated with the local offices to present two open-day events, in Germany and Turkey. These were both a great success. The events, organized by the company, were held at Mace in Germany and Istanbul in Turkey. Both were attended by local broadcast specialists who had the opportunity to see the latest playout solutions that were demonstrated by the PlayBox Technology teams.

PlayBox at CABSAT 2011 - Review

Monday, February 28, 2011

Once again the annual CABSAT exhibition in Dubai (8 – 10 February) proved to be the place to meet the broadcasters and dealers from The Middle East. The 2011 show was very successful for the company with a large number of visitors – many of them visiting the PlayBox Technology stand. So the number of channels powered by PlayBox Technology looks set to continue its rapid growth.

What’s in a box?

Monday, February 28, 2011

In 2000, the ‘channel-in-a-box’ moniker described a very different approach to the way television playout operated. Then VTRs replayed video, caption generators created on-screen text, graphics came from still stores and cuts were made by the presentation mixer – all controlled by separate ‘computer automation’. Now many thousands of channels, ranging from ‘start-up TV’ to multinationals, run on channel-in-a-box technology.