Grass Valley welcomes 12 new members to the Grass Valley Technology Alliance (GVTA)


Grass Valley has confirmed twelve new members for the Grass Valley Technology Alliance (GVTA). The certification program, which now boasts 21 members, provides benefits to customers, such as improved purchasing confidence and access to a wide range of systems and solutions that are interoperable with Grass Valley platforms and workflow components.

“The Grass Valley Technology Alliance has grown exponentially since its inception 18 months ago. It now includes 21 diverse companies that bring together a range of expertise, passion and experience to help our customers as they strive to meet consumer demand for captivating content on any screen,” said Tim Shoulders, CEO and president of Grass Valley. “Grass Valley has always taken a customer first approach, and thanks to the strong relationships we have built in the industry through programs like the GVTA, we can continue to support our customers as they innovate and entertain.”

These companies are Bridge Technologies, a business that creates advanced monitoring systems to optimize the delivery of digital media across the production, broadcast and telecom industries; Calrec, a designer and supplier of audio broadcast mixing equipment; Guntermann & Drunck, a company that has been at the forefront of KVM technology; Leader Electronics Corporation, a brand that designs and manufactures efficient test and measurement instruments; LiveU, a firm that allows 5G 4K HEVC live streaming and remote production; Masstech, a manufacturer of intelligent storage and workflow management solutions; Shotoku, a provider of robotic camera systems covering simple PT (pan/tilt) heads, through fully robotic studio pedestals and track camera systems for floor or ceiling installation;’s., creator of the Intelligent Overlays platform; Spectra Logic, a corporation that delivers comprehensive end-to-end solutions that include modern, open standards content storage and management software; Sportzcast, an enterprise that distributes real-time scoreboard data feeds from sports venues worldwide by taking live data out of the existing venue scoreboard system and delivering it into integrated systems; Vislink, a leader in the collection, delivery and management of live video and associated data; and WASP3D, offering a broad range of real-time 3D broadcast graphics solutions for television broadcasters and live streamers.

These companies join Autoscript, ChyronHegorankly Media, Haivision, Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC), Net Insight, RT Software, Telemetrics and Vinten in the alliance.

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