Press Release - 64 Studio partners with Sourcefabric on broadcast and publishing software
Isle of Wight, UK, 25th November 2010
64 Studio has announced a partnership with Sourcefabric which will deliver enterprise content management systems for broadcasters and publishers on the GNU/Linux platform.
Sourcefabric is a not-for-profit company headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic with offices in Germany, Canada, Belarus and Guatemala. It has over ten years experience developing specialized Open Source software for newspapers and radio stations, which has been deployed by more than 50 media organizations around the world.
64 Studio will bring Sourcefabric's Campcaster broadcast automation suite and Campsite multi-lingual enterprise content management system to a wider audience, by packaging and distributing the software in a secure and easy to install format. It will also contribute to new Sourcefabric printed manuals for system administrators, integrators and end users.
Daniel James, 64 Studio director, commented: "There are a wealth of Free Software audio and online publishing tools already available on GNU/Linux, but Sourcefabric's two suites have been informed and refined by the specific needs of its media clients. There are some new releases due before the end of the year which will be of great interest to media enterprises and independents alike. We're also going to be helping Sourcefabric with the packaging, distribution and documentation of their next-generation products, due in 2011."
Notes for editors
64 Studio Ltd. produces bespoke GNU/Linux distributions which are compatible with official Debian and Ubuntu releases. Specializing in multimedia and digital content creation platforms which we develop for our OEM partners, we also offer support, documentation services and consultancy. Our software is already included in several shipping products in the professional audio market, with more to follow. In addition, we offer a free download product which has won critical acclaim for its stability and high performance.