Broadcast Pix Celebrates 20 Years in Business
- 13 July, 2022
USA: Broadcast Pix™ has pioneered the development of integrated video production systems since 2002, and is celebrating its 20th anniversary this month (July 2022).
As one of the original Integrated Production System pioneers in the industry, Broadcast Pix quickly established its reputation for developing easy-to-use yet complete toolsets for creating compelling live video content. The toolset continues to be enhanced, and the user interfaces refined for ease of use through two decades of experience in listening and reacting to customer feedback.
Over the years, the architecture became abstracted and put networking at the core. Each component (acquisition, publishing, processing, and control) is all network-connected using publicly available APIs, enabling them to be in different geographic locations and connected over the public internet. That makes the system ideal for remote production and other collaborative workflows with remote users.
Today, the product line has transformed into a format-agnostic, resolution-independent software that runs on consumer off-the-shelf hardware within a range of exciting products.
From StreamingPix, our $6,500 streaming solution, to our large production switcher, the $39,995 GX Hybrid, we have a product for every application from the classroom, church, or corporate event, to the broadcast production truck. Every solution is upgradeable and, all Broadcast Pix products grow with the users’ requirements, so we never leave a customer behind.
“With 20 years’ worth of accumulated knowledge and user interface design, Broadcast Pix products are the most comprehensive, yet easy-to-use solutions on the market. As we continue to grow, we want you to know that one thing will never change: our excellent, people-driven support,” says Graham Sharp, CEO, Broadcast Pix.
“We want to take this opportunity to thank our partners, clients, and evangelists for all your loyal support. Broadcast Pix could not have become who we are without you.”