Going

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distance

TAKE YOU THERE: We capture, process & deliver over 25,000 hours of television every day
YOU, THE GLOBAL BROADCAST COMMUNITY: We serve broadcasters, corporations & government end-users to distribute content anytime, anywhere
YOUR TRUSTED PARTNER: We are the global leader in mission-critical media management & distribution services
RIGHT BESIDE YOU: We leverage our worldwide footprint & connectivity to seamlessly share your content locally, regionally and globally

Company Overview

Encompass, a global leader in mission-critical media capture, management and distribution services, owns and operates broadcast facilities throughout Argentina (Buenos Aires), Asia (Singapore), U.K. (London) and U.S.A. (Atlanta, Los Angeles Metro, Minneapolis, New York Metro). Encompass serves the world’s leading local, regional and global media companies, broadcasters, corporations and government end-users with customized, cost-effective and innovative solutions. Specializing in full-time network origination/playout and live ad-hoc transmission services, the company is a global gateway for moving media throughout EMEA, Latin America, Pacific Rim and U.S.A. Encompass broadcasts 800+ channels delivering content in a variety of languages throughout Western and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East. In addition to linear networks, Encompass provides an array of non-linear services including VOD, Over-the-Top, IPTV, IP streaming and mobile services. Through the company’s Global Interconnect Fiber Platform, clients have the ability to manage, transport, archive and restore digital files to numerous platforms in various formats that can move from facility-to-facility or to any destination worldwide within a seamless workflow.

Premier services include network origination/playout; content management; disaster recovery; centralcasting for TV stations; digital media services; digital file transfers via satellite, fiber and IP; video production services/studios; post-production services; occasional-use businesses (fiber, satellite, U.S.A.-based uplink trucks).