TVT signs 2020 contract extension with UKTV

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Post-production specialist TVT has extended its contract with UKTV and will be providing media management services to the broadcaster until 2020.

TVT’s end-to-end services will ensure the highest quality video is delivered across all 11 of UKTV consumer brands, including Dave, Gold, Really, Good Food, Alibi, Yesterday and UKTVPlay (UKTV’s on demand TV platform).

The new agreement is based on a 5-year relationship with UKTV and will see TVT deliver a complete media management service for the broadcaster. Starting with ingest, through to Quality Control checks and corrections, compliance viewing and editing, transcoding, delivery and archiving, TVT’s expert team and ContentSelect SaaS platform will ensure all UKTV content is edited, packaged and delivered on time, to the correct specifications and in the highest quality possible.

“We are delighted to have extended our contract with TVT for the next five years, as we really rely on the media management services they provide us,” comments Sinead Greenaway, Director of Operations and Technology, UKTV. “Not only do TVT ensure that all of our content is processed and delivered efficiently, completed to the highest possible standard and with the utmost care – but working with them has helped us streamline our operations. We look forward to continuing our working relationship, ensuring our viewers get the very best content.”

Simon Brown Executive Director of Strategy & Research, UKTV, will be appearing at this year’s OTTtv World Summit (9th – 12th November 2015 Millennium Gloucester Hotel, London). Click here to download the full, free brochure.

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