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Devoncroft Digest: A Busy Week for Broadcast Technology Suppliers

Broadcast technology vendor financials | Posted by Joe Zaller
Apr 23 2010

In a week when many in the broadcast industry were busy following up from the NAB show (and quite a few volcano-stranded travelers still struggling to make it home from Las Vegas),  there was quite a bit of activity among broadcast suppliers.

Here are a few highlights:

* Barco reported that the company has “returned to profitable growth.” In the company’s earnings announcement, CEO Eric Van Zele said he is “cautiously optimistic” about the remainder of 2010.  The company also published a 20 page quarterly report in e-book form.

* Avid reported their Q1 FY10 earnings this week.  Losses narrowed on y/y revenue improvement, but the stock was still downgraded by JP Morgan.   Avid also announced that it has completed the acquisition of audio console vendor Euphonix, which was announced last week at the NAB show.

* Storage vendor Isilon released their Q1 FY10 numbers, which saw revenue increase 5% sequentially and 46% versus the previous year.  The company’s stock shot up on the news.  Isilon also filed its 10Q with the SEC.

* Wegener was delisted by the NASDAQ and will now trade on the OTC BB

* Privately held UK-based broadcast systems integrator TSL was ranked #77 in the Sunday Times “Profit Track 100.”  According to the poll, the company’s profits have grown at 47% to £4.28m.

* Harmonic was sued by Arris over VOD patents

2010 Syndicated Broadcast Technology Market Research Now Available

broadcast technology market research | Posted by Joe Zaller
Mar 05 2010

Reports from the 2010 Big Broadcast Survey (BBS), conducted by Devoncroft Partners, are now available for purchase.

The 2010 BBS is the largest ever and most comprehensive market study of the broadcast industry. More than 5,600 broadcast professionals in 120+ countries participated in the project.

Reports derived from BBS data deliver insight into the opinions and attitudes of key technology buyers including broadcasters, playout centers, cable/satellite/ IPTV operators, radio stations, recording studios and more. This includes industry trends; purchase intent and buying behavior; major project plans; products being evaluated for purchase.

2010 BBS reports also provides detailed opinions of 148 broadcast technology vendor brands in 27 separate product categories (see below for details)

For more information about the available reports and their contents, please follow this link.


Product Categories Covered in 2010 BBS reports:


Vendor Brands Covered in 2010 BBS reports:

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