Chile’s Videocorp Offers Full NETIA Product Line

Leading Supplier and Integrator of Broadcast and Professional Systems Embraces NETIA Solutions for Media Asset Management

CLARET, France — July 7, 2010 — NETIA today announced that Videocorp, a pioneer in broadcast and professional video and systems integration in Chile, now carries NETIA’s entire product range, including solutions for radio, television, and multiplatform broadcasting. Videocorp supplies products and services to virtually every television network across Chile.

“Videocorp is constantly growing, and we are always eager to find new and diverse solutions for our clients,” said Alfonso Vergara, general manager at Videocorp. “Our new partnership with NETIA is in line with our objective of working with the market’s principal vendors and leading brands to give our customers complete solutions.”

As a leader within the Chilean broadcast market, Videocorp has supplied and integrated a full range of professional broadcast products including video cameras, recording systems, automation for news and commercials, infrastructure products, high-resolution monitoring, and storage systems. Rounding out its offerings, the company will now also offer its customers NETIA’s full line of Radio-Assist(TM) digital audio software modules as well as the company’s Manreo(TM) media asset management (MAM) solutions.

“It is very important to our customers that we offer solutions for content management and distribution, and we have been looking to integrate MAM solutions into our portfolio for a while but wanted the best possible fit,” added Jorge Sobenes, business manager for broadcast and professional video at Videocorp. “We decided to work with NETIA because it is a company with a high potential for technological development along with versatile, flexible solutions.”

“Videocorp provides media companies across Chile with powerful solutions for media management and delivery, and we are excited to be working closely with them,” said Jérémie Roudaire, NETIA sales manager for Latin America. “The company has an excellent reputation within the South American market, and we look forward to a successful partnership serving Chilean customers.”

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 that enable efficient management and delivery of content to today’s full array of media platforms. Relied on by more than 10,000 users in 200 installations in more than 40 countries, NETIA solutions allow content producers and owners to manage content from ingest to delivery, targeting multiplatform outlets including the Internet, VOD, IPTV services, and mobile devices.

NETIA provides content management solutions to major radio and television brands and multimedia groups around the world, and recent wins have made the company a significant new player in the Telco market as well. Clients include BSkyB, RAI Italy, Radio Riyadh, France Telecom/Orange, RTM Malaysia, Mediacorp Singapore, Radio France, the Associated Press, France Televisions, and L’Équipe 24/24. NETIA has its headquarters in 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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