Set to launch next month, new German sports streamer Dyn has been working with Qvest on building its broadcast workflows.
Dyn Media is led by former DFL executives Christian Seifert and Andreas Heyden, and will stream a number of sports to German audiences, including table tennis, volleyball, basketball, handball and men’s and women’s national field hockey.
Qvest said it has been working with the company in a number of areas, including live recording at sports arenas and processing of the signals and distribution on various IP-based channels.
Speaking about the collaboration, Andreas Heyden, CEO of Dyn Media, said: “Producing and broadcasting live sporting events in a new way requires both innovation and expertise. We are very grateful and satisfied that Qvest has supported us in this process.”
Norman Tettenborn, principal at Qvest and project partner for Dyn Media, added: “Live and sports broadcasting has been both learned and lived at Qvest for decades. Here in particular, efficient processes and scalable technologies are crucial for success. With our experience from complex infrastructure projects, we can support the Dyn Media team to produce high-quality content for various distribution channels.”