TAG Video Systems’ MCS solution wins product of the year award at NAB show

TAG Video Systems has recently been awarded at the NAB Show. Particularly, its Media Control System (MCS) is a winner in the Monitoring and Measuring Tools category of the 2022 NAB Show Product of the Year Awards.

MCS is the newest layer of its Realtime Media Performance (RMP) Platform, a multi-level, open-source solution that monitors, aggregates, manages and utilizes data-driven viewer analytics. Customers can then use data driven insights to improve media operations, quality of service and deliver viewer experience that can be validated and measured, all in an open IT environment. For the first time, media companies will be able to measure internet networks and CDN performance across all signals, end-to-end.

“The 2022 NAB Show Product of the Year Awards honor innovative breakthroughs that will change the way the media and entertainment industry creates, connects and capitalizes content,” said NAB Executive Vice President of Global Connections and Events Chris Brown. “We congratulate TAG Video Systems on this award in recognition of the MCS and its potential to help storytellers meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.”

“TAG is thrilled to receive this prestigious honor from NAB and have our MCS recognized as one of the industry’s most significant and promising new technologies,” said Kevin Joyce, Tag’s Zer0 Friction Officer. “The current pace of change in our industry creates a level of complexity the likes we have never seen.  We must deliver tools to our clients that will enable their business to grow at a scale and pace required to succeed in today’s market.  The MCS has the potential to change the way broadcasters plan, evolve and grow. It is matchless in its ability to provide clients what they need to reduce the complexity associated with the changing technical landscape while improving operational performance. The MCS also allows them the freedom to enact favorable business practices by becoming more autonomous and less reliant on outside resources.”

 

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