SNY chooses Mediaproxy for broadcast compliance and monitoring

Friday, October 13th, 2017 
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SNY Chooses Mediaproxy for Broadcast Compliance and Monitoring of Premium Sports Content

NEW YORK, New York — Mediaproxy, the leading provider of software-based IP broadcast solutions for compliance, monitoring and analysis, has announced that New York sports broadcaster SNY has chosen its LogServer software solution for compliance logging and monitoring.

SNY is New York’s premium sports broadcaster and television home of the New York Mets, Jets and UConn Men’s and Women’s basketball programs. Available in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut via Comcast and Cox Cable, SNY delivers the most comprehensive access to ALL of the Tri-State area’s professional and collegiate sports teams through daily sports and entertainment programs, plus a programming roster that includes classic sports programming, critically acclaimed original entertainment shows and exclusive interview and magazine programs. The network’s live game broadcasts of the Mets and UConn Huskies are also available via its website sny.tv and the NBC Sports App for mobile devices and smart televisions.

LogServer is Mediaproxy’s software based broadcast and IP monitoring solution for real-time monitoring and compliance reporting. With LogServer, SNY is managing regulatory requirements as well as closed caption and loudness compliance across its broadcasts.

“The Mediaproxy solutions assist us to provide the best possible viewing experience to sports fans,” said Alex Blanding, VP of Engineering at SNY. “As we look to continually enhancing the delivery of our sports content, we can be assured that Mediaproxy will stay ahead of the latest broadcast technology and standards.”

“Sports viewers are a demanding group, who expect the very best, from not only their favorite team, but also their favorite sports channel.” said Harry Glass, SVP Operations US at Mediaproxy. “We are thrilled to be working with SNY and continue to deliver the best technology possible to help enhance the quality of experience for viewers.”

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