STUDER won the "Panorama Audiovisual Awards 2011" in the category "Best Solution for Audio Mixing" for Studer Vista 9
September 05, 2011
São Paulo (SP), Brazil, August 30, 2011 — During the Broadcast & Cable Show 2011, held in Sao Paulo (Brazil) between 23rd and 25th August, STUDER received the award for "Best Solution for Audio Mixing". More than 50 companies competed in 40 categories and were voted on the internet by readers of the magazine Panorama Audiovisual.
Panorama Audiovisual Awards select the best equipment and solutions that allow creation, production, storage and delivery of content for TV, IPTV, Film, Radio and Mobile. "Our readers selected the more efficient technologies used by broadcasters and producers in Brazil," says Fernando Gaio, Editorial Director. "We are honored to pay tribute to the winning companies' representatives, as well as their distributors in the country."
"We are pioneers in rewarding the best solutions for production and distribution in Brazil," says Victor Hugo Visval Piiroja, CEO and President of VP Group. "Our readers use these technologies daily and this award is a tribute to the entire industry."
About Panorama Audiovisual
Panorama Audiovisual is a publication aimed at professionals of creation, production and distribution of audiovisual content on TV, Film, Radio, Broadband and Mobile platforms. The magazine’s audience consists of broadcasters, producers, studios, agencies, telecoms and all companies that support this market.
From supplies to major infrastructure, from the latest technology to the government policies to the sector, Panorama Audiovisual has qualified information to support professionals in their technological and strategic decisions.
Covering events in Brazil and abroad, Panorama Audiovisual achieves the news at first hand, supported by experts, analysis and opinion. Reports, case studies, product reviews, dossiers, interviews and evaluations of emerging technologies are the foundation of our publishing project. We listen to outstanding professionals and feature the constant evolution of this market.
We are on the Internet, social networks, the iPad and in hard copy, free of charge, distributed monthly to 16,000 technical directors, engineers, producers, consultants and broadcast, telecommunications, film and advertising markets professionals.
The audiovisual landscape is part of VP Group Integrated Communications, a company based in Alphaville (Barueri, SP), branch office in Miami (Florida, USA) and a joint venture with the spanish communication company Underwood. This structure allows us to publish magazines and websites - world leaders in the segment, according to Google Analytics - covering the entire markets of Brazil, Latin America and Iberian Peninsula.