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Media Group International, never.no Partner to Increase New Media Offerings

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Media Group International, a broadcast and communications technologies systems integrator, has partnered with never.no, which provides social media integration technology for television broadcasters.
The partnership furthers MGI’s efforts to expand into areas such as new media, Internet protocol TV, over the top TV and Web streaming, all of which are becoming increasingly important to traditional broadcast operations, the company says.
MGI recognizes “that today’s broadcast industry needs to incorporate a much wider range of technologies in order to give audiences the services they want,” says Paul Hennessy, MGI’s CEO. “By forging exciting partnerships with best-of-breed technology partners like never.no, MGI is able to help customers embrace new technologies and install the most effective solution for their particular needs.”
A social television platform, never.no provides broadcasters and advertising agencies the framework needed to support end-to-end social TV, synchronized companion apps and participation TV. Through its interactive suite, the company provides the middleware required to engage audiences, enable interaction and drive participation with a broadcast.
In addition, never.no already has a global customer base that includes many of the world’s top broadcasters such as ABC News Digital, BBC, CBC, ESPN and Voice of America, the company says.
“Having a network of strong partners is a strategic priority for never.no and we are delighted that MGI, a company with such an impressive track record for delivering high-end broadcast and graphics solutions, is collaborating with us in the GCC,” says Scott Davies, never.no’s vice president of sales EMEA. “In future, broadcasters will be able to turn to MGI to deliver social TV and audience participation in a visual and impactful way,” he says.
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