AllDigital Inc. Earns Recognition From Streaming Media Magazine
AllDigital Cloud Platform Acknowledged for Industry-Leading Innovation
IRVINE, Calif., Oct. 8, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- AllDigital Inc.,
(OTCBB:ADGL), a leader in unified digital broadcasting solutions specializing
in high-speed, high-quality media ingestion and delivery across connected
devices, announced today that it has been selected for the Streaming Media
100, an annual list compiled by Streaming Media magazine, which honors the
most innovative and influential companies in the online video industry. The
company has also been nominated for the publication's Reader's Choice Awards.
The Streaming Media 100 highlights the 100 companies that matter most in
online video: from content creators and producers to distributors and
monetizers. The complete list of companies was announced in Streaming Media's
October/November issue – the magazine's biggest regular issue, which reaches
140,000 technical and business decision makers of online video products and
services. This distinction sets the bar for the industry and the list will be
prominently displayed on Streaming Media's homepage for the entire year.
"As the number of companies in our space has grown, we've narrowed the purview
of the Streaming Media 100 to focus exclusively on what we call 'the
enablers'," said Streaming Media Editor Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen. "The
companies in the Streaming Media 100 are the technology leaders and innovators
that make it possible for video publishers in all verticals—entertainment,
education, enterprise, and government—to get their content to their viewers
efficiently and effectively, and to maximize ROI to boot."
AllDigital is also nominated for Streaming Media's Reader's Choice Awards in
the "Media & Entertainment Video Platform" category. The magazine's readers
can vote for AllDigital through October 25 by visiting the Streaming Media
website. The top three finalists in each category will be announced in
mid-October, and winners will be recognized at Streaming Media West in
Huntington Beach, Calif. on November 20.
"We are proud to be recognized by such a respected organization for our
end-to-end unified digital broadcasting solution," says Paul Summers, chairman
and CEO of AllDigital. "Our cloud-based platform, AllDigital Cloud, easily
integrates into existing systems, empowering content creators to customize and
deliver the ultimate digital broadcasting experience across any device."
Designed for flexibility and performance, AllDigital Cloud is an end-to-end
digital broadcasting solution that offers users a scalable and secure platform
to ensure delivery of the highest quality video and playback experience across
mobile, PC and digital TV. Powered by some of the fastest, most reliable
technology on the market, clients can manage and control digital content for
live events, video-on-demand, and linear programming—from ingest to
delivery—all from one unified platform. The company works closely with each
individual client to develop custom solutions that address their unique
business needs. For more information, please visit www.alldigital.com.
ABOUT ALLDIGITAL INC.: Based in Irvine, Calif., AllDigital Inc. empowers
enterprises to create scalable, flexible and completely customizable digital
broadcasting solutions. With some of the fastest and most reliable technology
on the market, AllDigital Cloud allows content creators to develop and deliver
the ultimate digital experience across mobile, PC and digital TV. Clients can
manage and control digital content for live events, video-on-demand, and
linear programming all from one unified platform. From ingest to delivery,
AllDigital Cloud provides an end-to-end digital broadcasting solution that can
be customized to fit any company's unique business needs. For more
information, please visit www.alldigital.com.
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property of their respective holders.
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