Digigram helps Voice of Vietnam to stream 70 stations
Thursday 12 September, 2013
Vietnam's state broadcaster Voice of Vietnam (VOV) has picked Digigram technology to make daily radio broadcasts and on demand content available to listeners worldwide.
Digigram's PYKO IP-based network audio terminals are converting audio feeds from 63 radio services around the country as well as the seven VOV channels, according to the France-based network solutions provider.
These are delivered over leased lines to a central facility, where audio is processed by a Wowza® streaming server for Internet-based delivery.
The broadcaster hopes to reach the more than 4 million overseas Vietnamese, who live in about 100 countries, through its radiovietnam.vn website.
The technology has been supplied and installed by the Vietnam regional office of Global Broadcast Supply Pte Ltd. (GBS), Digigram’s master distributor for Southeast Asia.
"We are happy to count VOV as a customer in the region, thanks to a long-term collaboration with our regional master distributor GBS,” said Nancy Diaz Curiel, sales manager, APAC, at Digigram Asia Pte Ltd.
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