Mobile Apps for Transforming Media and Entertainment Industry

May 31, 2016

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Nowadays, Applications are the mobility solutions for every problem of our life. The mobile app development is an innovative phase of technology that gives us dynamic ways for accessing content and carrying out other activities, which now turned into the countless opportunities for M&E enterprises to leverage the new digital ecosystem.

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Amagi Corporation

Amagi is the world’s first cloud-managed broadcast services and targeted advertising solutions company. Amagi brings simplicity, advanced automation, and transparency to the entire broadcast operation, be it for traditional TV or next-gen multiscreen platforms. Amagi has deployments in over 40 countries, enabling TV networks to launch, operate, and monetize channels anywhere in the world. Amagi also provides targeted advertising solutions to 2,500+ brands, shaping the future of TV advertising. Amagi Corporation is based in New York, with offices in London, Hong Kong, New Delhi, Mumbai, and the R&D center in Bangalore.

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