Mediastream, a leading Mediatech company in streaming and technology, is pleased to announce that Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc. (SBS), one of the leading Spanish-language media conglomerates in the United States, has selected Mediastream as their service provider for the launch of their video live streaming, using the Mediastream Platform for content management and administration.
SBS's presence in the radio and television market is solid, managing some of the most influential and successful stations in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, San Francisco, Puerto Rico, Orlando, and Tampa. Some of their most important radio stations are: La Mega, La Nueva, La Raza, and 93.1 Amor. Their focus is on the combination of entertainment and information, being a pioneer in creating Spanish-language programming for the American audience.
With Mediastream, SBS will have the ability to stream live and on-demand content, distribute it, and provide an exceptional quality viewing experience on any device from a single platform, as well as streamline and manage their workflows. Additionally, they can obtain advanced analytics, monetize their inventory with Ad Insertion, and have 24/7 support, allowing them to continue investing in creating exciting and high-quality content for their audience.
"We are proud to have Mediastream as our streaming and technology service provider. Their content management and administration platform will allow us to provide our audience with a high-quality viewing experience on any device." - Dennis Vaque, Head of Technology, Spanish Broadcasting System.
"We are excited to work with the Spanish Broadcasting System to provide high-quality video viewing experiences to their audiences. The Mediastream Platform will allow them to manage their content more efficiently, which means they can spend more time creating exceptional content for their followers." - Luis Ahumada, CEO, Mediastream.
In summary, we are very excited to welcome the Spanish Broadcasting System, Inc to our family of clients and to be a fundamental part of the conglomerate's infrastructure.