Bitcentral wins the TV Tech Best of Show 2022 Award at NAB
Posted on Wednesday, May 4, 2022
NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., May 4th, 2022 - Bitcentral Inc., the provider of award-winning efficient media workflows for broadcast and digital video, is delighted to announce that it has won the TV Tech Best of Show 2022 Award for its innovative FUEL + Powr.tv platform at this year's NAB Show in Las Vegas.
The award recognizes the products and solutions from the technology and media industries exhibited at this year’s NAB show in Las Vegas, with entries considered for their innovation, prowess, and capabilities before being provided an overall score. This year’s awards ceremony marked the return to in-person events for the broadcasting industry. FUEL + Powr.tv has overcome fierce competition, with hundreds of companies nominated.
The innovative platform enables a ‘manage once, distribute many’ approach for digital publishers, with its fully modular features and workflow. It enables broadcast-quality live streaming via dynamic linear channels and supports flexible monetization models, including AVOD, SVOD, TVOD and free ad-supported TV (FAST) channels with distribution across the full range of connected platforms and devices. FUEL + Powr.tv also offers a rapid go-to-market solution with best-of-breed CTV, mobile and web app solutions. And it enhances viewer engagement with real-time live chat and watch party functionality.
Greg Morrow, General Manager of Bitcentral’s Streaming Media Group, said, “We are delighted to have won the TV Tech Best of Show award at NAB for our FUEL + Powr.tv platform. This award has a great reputation across the industry for highlighting the very best product on the market and we’re grateful to the TV Tech team for recognizing Bitcentral this year. It’s especially pleasing to receive the award during what was a fantastic return to NAB Show for Bitcentral. The response to our first public demonstration of FUEL + Powr.tv was extremely positive.”
A spokesperson for the NAB show said: “With live events coming back to the forefront and becoming commonplace again, this year’s Best of Show awards were expected to be more competitive than ever - and it didn’t disappoint. The number of entries matched the positive attendance at this year’s show, and selecting the winners proved to be challenging. Those who have won can know that their solution was truly outstanding and impressed our judges, as all entries received were of a high level.”