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Amagi leverages Łódź of tech talent with new Polish innovation centre

The new office builds on Amagi's strategic expansion into the European marketplace

Amagi has opened a new innovation centre in the Polish city of Łódź.

Extending its presence in Central Europe, the media technology company aims to build on its 2023 acquisition of Polish broadcast technology provider, Tellyo, whose technology teams are now a the forefront of several of Amagi’s products, said the company. Tellyo STUDIO streamlines live content production and delivery while Tellyo PRO offers a suite of tools for live broadcast environments such as elections and sporting events.

Deputy mayor of the City of Łódź, Adam Pustelnik, Prasad Menon, chief people officer at Amagi, Mariusz OstojaSwierczynski, senior director of engineering, Amagi, and Jakub Majkowski, founder and COO of Tellyo

Increasing its customer base in the European region, Amagi now delivers services to broadcasters such as DAZN, Grupa Polsat-Interia, and more. The company also delivers linear channels in over 40 countries worldwide, with a client list including ABS-CBN, AccuWeather, A+E Networks UK and Cineverse.

“The inauguration of this innovation centre in Central Europe marks a key milestone in Amagi’s journey,” said Baskar Subramanian, co-Founder and CEO of Amagi. “This centre will provide a platform for Polish technology professionals to serve our global customers, underscoring Amagi’s strategic vision of being a frontrunner in the cloud-based live broadcast technology domain.”