BroadView Software, the industry-leading broadcast software firm focused on media management solutions, celebrates the first anniversary of its partnership with AMI, one of the most recent in a growing slate of Canadian broadcasters to adopt BroadView Software.
Accessible Media Inc. is a Toronto-based, not-for-profit media company that entertains Canadians who are blind or partially sighted. They operate three broadcast services, AMI-tv and AMI-audio in English and AMI-télé in French. With their growing audience and expanded presence in the traditional media market, AMI was looking for a partner who could help them move their server-based programming, traffic, sales, PCM, and O, OnDemand needs into a reliable and reliable and fully-integrated solution on the cloud.
Working closely with BroadView’s dedicated professional services team, AMI adopted their AWS platform, which seamlessly provides end-to-end program scheduling and financial management, air time sales, traffic, management, and preparation of all OnDemand schedules and assets, as well as fully reporting on and complying with CRTC requirements.
While not one to play favourites, CEO and Founder Michael Atkin holds a special affinity for this accessibility-driven broadcaster, “Broadview Software is proud to be working with a media company that offers a new model for media consumption, an organization that creates, advocates, collaborates and enables news and lifestyle media accessibility for all abilities.” Atkin further stated that, “it was personally exciting to see AMI move from initial contract signing and gap analysis to full implementation of every core BroadView module, on our multi-lingual platform.”