NETIA Expands Latin America Presence With New Argentina Distributor Viditec S.A.

CLARET, France — Aug. 24, 2009 — NETIA today announced that it has signed an agreement naming systems integrator and reseller, Viditec S.A. as the company’s distributor in Argentina. Viditec will represent the full range of NETIA solutions for managing media from ingest to broadcast and distribution. In addition to providing sales, integration services, and support for NETIA customers, Viditec will showcase NETIA solutions at key industry events, including the upcoming CAPER trade show in Buenos Aires, running Oct. 28 – 30, 2009.

“We offer solutions built on industry-leading hardware and software systems, and the addition of NETIA’s media management products to the Viditec portfolio allows our staff to provide customers with even more powerful workflow solutions tailored to their needs,” said Eduardo De Nucci, sales director at Viditec. “Products that increase efficiency and productivity are always in demand. NETIA’s Radio-Assistâ„¢ and Manreoâ„¢ software suites offer users these and other valuable benefits, and we are pleased to be representing these solutions here in Argentina.”

Viditec has been serving the needs of the broadcast, corporate, educational, and communications markets since its founding in 1980. From its 3,400-square-meter Buenos Aires headquarters, which incorporates offices, technical facilities, training rooms, and an expansive product showroom, Viditec provides its customers with experienced sales, support, and engineering services.

“Viditec is a distinguished solutions provider within Argentina’s broadcast and media industry,” said Christophe Carniel, CEO at NETIA. “With strong customer relationships and an excellent reputation for service and support, Viditec is an ideal partner for NETIA as we expand our presence within the Latin American market.”

More information about NETIA and its products is available at www.netia.com.

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About NETIA
NETIA, a GlobeCast company, is a leading provider of software solutions for managing and broadcasting television and radio content, and is a major player in the digital broadcast arena. The company’s three product ranges, Radio-Assistâ„¢ (audio), Manreoâ„¢ (video), and OpenNet (audio and video), allow content holders to manage all of their processes from ingest to multi-platform broadcasting over terrestrial channels, the Internet, mobile devices, and other channels.

NETIA’s products are found in more than 40 countries worldwide, with 10,000-plus users in more than 200 installations including: The Associated Press, Minnesota Public Radio, WNEM (Meredith Group), WQXR, and WOUB in the United States; ABC and SBS in Australia; BBC Monitoring and BSkyB in the United Kingdom; Italy’s RAI and Radio Vaticana; HRT in Croatia; RTM Malaysia; VOV in Vietnam; Mediacorp in Singapore; RTBF in Belgium; MOI South Africa; Kiss FM in Korea; and RFI, Radio France, TF1, Canal+, and France Televisions in France. The company has its headquarters in Claret, France, with offices in the United States, Paris, Rome, and Sydney, in addition to a global network of professional distribution partners. www.netia.com

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