Lightning International unveils channel management service Flash

Lightning InternationalUK and Hong Kong-based TV solutions company, Lightning International has launched its new turnkey channel management service Flash designed to help media companies streamline video distribution to their customers.

Flash which will be showcased at APOS conference taking place today in Bail, is a cost-effective full-service alternative for content providers looking to optimise their channel creation, monitoring and delivery.

It has a comprehensive suite of services including a complete broadcast playout powered by Amagi, supply and management of all tech, ingestion of all programming and video content, oversight of operations, including scheduling and epg creation, full 24/7 monitoring, including alerts and back-up solutions and delivery via satellite or ip, and delivery of vod assets.

The service has a team of broadcast video experts who will liaise directly with internal production and programming departments.

“The goal of our new Flash service is to help content providers navigate the complexities of the broadcasting business and to provide an economical, one-stop solution that will take care of all video distribution logistics in order to get your channel and content seen by your viewers,” said James Ross, CEO, Lightning International.

Srinivasan KA, co-founder and chief revenue officer at Amagi, said, “Our collaboration with Lightning International has been invaluable throughout our content distribution journey in the APAC region. We are delighted to serve as their technology partner for the launch of Flash, a solution that promises to significantly enhance the content landscape. Broadcasters will now effortlessly connect with their audiences, expanding the reach of their extensive content libraries.”

Lightning International distributes a range of TV channels such as Action Hollywood Movies, Concerto TV, Docsville, GB News, Globetrotter, Kartoon Channel!, LFCTV, NewsWorld, NOW 70s, NOW 80s, NOW Rock, People & Planet, Pet Club TV, Pulse Documentaries, RCM, TRACE Urban, TRACE Sports Stars and more.

The content solution company partnered with parent company AsiaSat and Amagi on the development of Flash.

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