Based on a universal and free model, this digital platform, covers 23.4% of Portuguese households in july of this year (Source: Anacom) and expects to benefit about 2.5 million of Portuguese.
GSoft supported the process of extending TDT to two state owned channels (focus on information and general contents), which despite having a common schedule with cable channels cannot include commercial advertising.
GMediaTX new version allows to manage simultaneous programming. A strong contribution to streamline programs’ scheduling in the grid, as well as, to manage channels that need simultaneous programming.
RTP, the Radio and TV state owned operator in Portugal, is the oldest Portuguese broadcaster having 58 years of TV experience and 80 years of Radio.
Nowadays this operator manage TV Channels: RTP1; RTP2; RTP3; RTP Memória; RTP Madeira; RTP Açores; RTP Internacional; RTP África and the Radio stations: Antena1; Antena 2; Antena 3. It is noteworthy the importance that digital and new platforms are gathering in the distribution of RTP contents, RTP Play (channel to live broadcast and on-demand RTP channels contents) is an example of that.
The strategy of conciliation between past, present and future is reflected at RTP’s initiatives. Virtual Museum and Historical Archive of RTP are examples which contribute to leverage TV and Radio history knowledge in Portugal.
This operator has a diversified offer, as a result not only from the channels it offers, but also the contents that display, allowing reaching different audiences.
GSoft is a specialized company for media market. Since it was launched in 1990, this company has been implementing Broadcast Resource Planning solutions. GMediaSuite is its major BRP suite.
Its strong customer focus, combined with an integrated offer enabled GSoft to claim the leadership in Portugal and ensure activity in Brazil, Angola, Spain and Mexico.