For this leader in solving digital video workflow challenges, the extension of its business into content capture and dissemination through audio-visual channels, video teleconferencing, webcasting and digital signage is a natural progression.
The company now offers design and installation services for AV presentation systems in conference rooms and multimedia venues of every size and configuration, including the networking of these facilities, for recording, editing and distribution of content in real time and on demand.
“Content creation, acquisition and delivery are key parts of any digital workflow,” said Nick Gold, Senior Account Executive for Chesapeake’s Professional Services Division, “and these are areas where organizations large and small can realize huge return on their technology investments.”
As the cost of recording and editing equipment has fallen, the integration of AV and broadcast has moved onto the radar of many of Chesapeake Systems’ clients. Company President Mark Dent noted that, “AV is something we understand and know how to implement, but it doesn’t have to get complicated:
Mike McIntyre will lead this AV/Broadcast initiative for Chesapeake Systems. He brings more than 30 years of experience with design and integration, including hundreds of installations for state and local government as well as corporate and association applications. McIntyre plans to leverage Chesapeake’s expertise in digital video workflow to serve educational clients, broadcasters, healthcare providers and house-of-worship video systems. “We believe in the value of original content,” McIntyre says, “and we can improve any organization’
About Chesapeake Systems
Founded in 1990, Chesapeake Systems has grown from an Authorized Apple Reseller to a recognized expert in the capture, management and delivery of digital video. While the company remains a leader in the Mid-Atlantic region for sales, service and training for Apple products and related software and hardware, their Professional Services Division now serves some of the largest broadcast and post-production operations in the country—including major media outlets in New York City, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Houston and Raleigh-Durham, NC, as well as major-league sports teams, educational institutions, and the federal government.
Chesapeake believes in the power of technology to improve production, create new markets, and build more successful brands. For more information about Chesapeake Systems, please visit http://www.chesapro.com.