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Stream UK Media Services Ltd
1 Water Lane
Camden

London England NW1 8NZ
United Kingdom

Phone: 02074192027
Fax: 02074191819
Web site: www.streamuk.com
 
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StreamAMG is Stream Advanced Media Group, a pan-European group of companies founded by StreamUK.

We make online video work for media owners, major sports organisations and international corporations across the whole of Europe.

Our advanced technology is world-class. Our online video platforms cater for every need whether it's web TV channels, live webcasting, webinars or user generated content. And we bring creativity to the solutions we build.

StreamAMG is ISO9001 certified in webcasting and our products won the Streaming Media European Readers’ Choice Awards for Best Media Asset Management in 2013 and Best Webcasting Platform in 2012.

This company is listed in the following categories:
Mobile VideoOnline Video PlatformsVideo AdvertisingVideo Content Protection/DRM
Video Encoding/TranscodingVideo Hosting/DeliveryEducation VideoEnterprise Video
Government VideoMedia/Entertainment VideoOnline Video Industry
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