Alaska Public Media Unifies Multi-Platform Operation with Addition of Myers’ ProTrack Radio
Relying on one unified platform for TV and Radio increases the broadcaster’s operational efficiency and simultaneously provides enhanced cross-platform selling opportunities Northampton, MA – Myers, a leading developer of broadcast management software, announces Alaska Public Media’s implementation of ProTrack Radio, providing them with a unified broadcast management platform for both KSKA-FM and KAKM-TV operations. Using …
Employee Spotlight: Brandon Smith
Brandon Smith doesn’t shy away from a programming challenge. Since joining Myers in the summer of 2015, Software Developer Brandon has been working with the development team dedicated to ProTrack’s new technology stack and the technology transition. Brandon first became interested programming through his passion for computer music. He wanted to repair old digital audio …
Modern Business Systems Tout Connectivity
TV Technology recently published an article entitled Modern Business Systems Tout Connectivity and our CEO Crist Myers contributed with the following commentary: Myers is another company pushing beyond traditional workflows to do more than just scheduling and traffic. The Northampton, Mass.-based company has extended the capabilities of its ProTrack Hub and Spoke platform, which currently …
Myers to Demonstrate ProTrack’s Latest Revenue-Generating Capabilities at PMDMC 2016
Northampton, MA – Myers, a respected developer in broadcast management software, announces plans to demonstrate the latest revenue-generating capabilities of their ProTrack system at this year’s Public Media Development & Marketing Conference (PMDMC) in Boston. PMDMC, public media’s largest conference, will take place August 10-12, 2016 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel, where Myers will be exhibiting in Booth #243.
Educational Broadcaster, Montgomery College Television (MCTV), Readies for Multi-Channel Operation with Myers’ ProTrack
Myers, a leading developer of broadcast management software, announces Montgomery College Television (MCTV) as the latest educational broadcaster to deploy their broadcast management system, ProTrack. Being an independent broadcaster that produces their own content, MCTV wanted to advance the efficiency of their workflow in order to do more with less. By implementing ProTrack, MCTV is better positioned to manage multi-channel operations and benefit from the economy of scale, when they launch their new HD channel later this year.
Customer Focus: Gospel Broadcasting Network (GBN)
The Gospel Broadcasting Network (GBN), an American Christian satellite broadcast network, had reached a point where it become necessary for them to move away from its existing in-house system processes and implement a fully integrated broadcast management solution that could provide complete control over its produced and acquired content. GBN found the solution they were looking for with ProTrack, as it offered a centralized system for metadata, scheduling and traffic.
Customer Focus: Washington Public Affairs Network (dba TVW)
Seeking a way to increase the visibility of their program assets during scheduling, TVW put forth an initiative to implement a new broadcast management solution that would allow them to introduce and control the addition of new content metadata in a more streamlined and controlled manner. It was also critical that the new system seamlessly integrate with their existing technologies in order to create cost- and time-saving economies of scale. Learn why ProTrack was the best solution for TVW.
Partnership Spotlight: Pebble Beach Systems
Myers, a leading developer of broadcast management software, and Pebble Beach Systems, a leader in automation, channel-in–a-box, and integrated channel technology, have partnered to deploy a Broadcast Exchange Format (BXF) integrated solution to their shared customer base. The BXF integration, a SMPTE standard for data exchange in the broadcasting industry, provides mutual Myers and Pebble Beach Systems clients with more seamless and automated workflows between Traffic and Automation.
Nathan McCarthy Joins Myers as Chief Operating Officer
Northampton, MA — Myers, a leader in broadcast management solutions for nearly three decades, has announced Nathan McCarthy as their new Chief Operating Officer (COO). In his new role, McCarthy will be responsible for ensuring the company’s continued growth and success. He will oversee day-to-day operations and assist in driving Myers’ long-term strategy for broadcast and digital product innovation.
Myers Welcomes WITF Back Part of the Centralcast Hub and Spoke Solution for Increased Operating Efficiency
Myers announced that central Pennsylvania regional broadcast supplier WITF has implemented its ProTrack Broadcast Management System both independently and as part of the Hub & Spoke Solution that Myers provides to Centralcast, LLC. WITF had previously been a ProTrack customer and will benefit from increased operating efficiencies by being a part of the larger Centralcast solution.