SALT LAKE CITY — Nov. 8, 2017 — Wall Street Communications today announced that VidOvation, a leading provider of video, audio, and data transmission and distribution systems, has retained Wall Street Communications for public relations and content marketing services. As VidOvation‘s agency of record, Wall Street Communications will work to enhance awareness of VidOvation‘s products and services not only in the North American broadcast, cable/satellite, and sports markets in which VidOvation is already known, but also in house of worship, education, government/security, and corporate/pro AV markets.
“After months of project work with Wall Street Communications, we are pleased to sign a new agreement that lets us continue the important work we’ve been doing together. The aim is to increase our presence in markets beyond broadcast and cable, where we are best known,” said Jim Jachetta, executive vice president and chief technology officer, VidOvation. “We recently hired Craig Abrams to place renewed focus on sales and customers, particularly in new verticals, and Wall Street is a welcome extension to our team as we move into 2018 and beyond.”
Encompassing bonded cellular, wireless video, video streaming, video networking, encoding, IPTV, and fiber-optic communications systems, VidOvation solutions improve video transmissions by removing the frustrations of dropouts, latency, interference, noise, and security issues. VidOvation excels in helping its clients integrate custom solutions into existing infrastructure, with the ability to satisfy almost any application or budget. VidOvation is the exclusive U.S. distributor for Haivision, and the VidOvation–Haivision bonded cellular solution is the technology behind the new groundbreaking A&E docuseries “Live PD.”
“VidOvation serves some of the nation’s most prestigious broadcasters and cable operators, entertainment companies, sports leagues, and government and defense agencies — which is a testament to its technological innovation and expertise,” said Sunny Branson, general manager, client services, for Wall Street Communications. “Now that we’ve formalized our working relationship, Wall Street Communications will be able to move forward with a sustained marketing strategy that builds on the company’s already stellar reputation for solving video-transmission problems and alleviating frustration.”
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Wall Street Communications offers business-to-business marketing communications services to technology companies and industry associations in the television, motion picture, and radio industries and related fields. With fundamental operating principles of accuracy, creativity, and integrity, the agency has a unique range of experience in promoting products, technologies, and services used in thousands of TV and video facilities worldwide. In business since 1996, Wall Street Communications maintains corporate headquarters in Salt Lake City and satellite offices in North America, Central America, and Europe. Learn more about Wall Street Communications at www.wallstcom.com.
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