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2014-10-30 - Portland Business Journal's Malia Spencer discusses Elemental's successful launch of Elemental Delta, as well as the company's recent growth within the video industry.
2014-10-30 - Ars Technica reviews the new iMac 5K and uses Elemental 4K content to demonstrate that 5K is great for 4K editing.
2014-10-28 - TVB Europe reports that Alarab TV has selected Elemental to power its soon to launch all-Arabic news channel.
2014-10-28 - Digital Media World reports that Arabic-language news channel, Alarab TV, will soon launch a news channel using Elemental software-defined video processing systems for live linear and multiscreen TV services.
2014-10-27 - Rapid TV News reports that Alarab TV has chosen Elemental video processing systems to power live linear and multiscreen TV capability for its Arabic-language news channel.
2014-10-27 - Digital TV Europe reports that Alarab TV, the new Middle East news channel backed by Prince Alwaleed bin Talalm, has chosen Elemental to deliver technology to support its live linear and multiscreen offerings.
2014-10-24 - TVB Europe announces the TVBAwards winners, including Elemental winning in the Achievement in Fast Turnaround Broadcast category for supporting the BBC World Cup live streaming.
2014-10-08 - TVB Europe highlights the finalists for the TVB Awards in the Delivery category, including Elemental for its support in live streaming the World Cup.
2014-09-30 - Multichannel News highlights the companies that took honors in its first annual Innovator Awards, which recognize outstanding products exhibited at the annual SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, including Elemental and its support of 4K HEVC.
2014-09-24 - GeekWire reports that Code Fellows, the Seattle-based programming bootcamp that guarantees its students a salary of at least $60,000 after graduation, is expanding to Portland, Oregon. Elemental CEO Sam Blackman offers his perspective about how Portland offers a unique competitive advantage for technology companies.
2014-09-23 - Mike Rogoway of The Oregonian reports that many of Oregon's prominent technology companies, including Elemental, have signed a declaration calling for robust action to combat climate change caused by air pollution.
2014-09-23 - Portland Business Journal reports that several tech companies, including Elemental, have joined the 200-plus Oregon businesses leading the charge against the effects of climate change.
2014-09-22 - TV Technology reports that EVS enabled the distribution of live multimedia feeds during the 2014 World Cup. The technical infrastructure was integrated with a multitude of leading technologies, including Elemental Cloud for cloud transcoding of live feed streaming.
2014-09-18 - SVG Europe reports on the industry's first annual 4K 4Charity fun run at IBC 2014, which was coordinated by Elemental and raised more than $20,000 for Oxfam International.
2014-09-16 - TVB Europe reports on the successful 4K 4Charity fun run at IBC 2014, organised by Elemental, which attracted 250+ participants and raised $10,000 for Oxfam.
2014-09-16 - TV Technology reports that at IBC, Elemental launched Elemental Delta, a video delivery platform that simplifies the process of adding on-demand services, reduces distribution costs and more accurately manages content in multiscreen delivery deployments.
2014-09-16 - Aspera, EVS and Elemental have developed and deployed a large-scale service for high-resolution live video streaming via the cloud to enable viewers to watch live HD media and sporting events from connected devices.
2014-09-15 - Digital Media World reports that Elemental Delta, a new video delivery platform, offers time-shifted services that can be adapted for multiscreen viewing and help create new ways to package live content alongside targeted advertising.
2014-09-14 - TVB Europe reports that the 2014 IABM Design and Innovation Awards recognised an astonishing array of new technologies across nine categories, including Elemental Delta for the Playout and Delivery Systems category.
2014-09-14 - Mike Rogoway reports that The Oregonian published the Silicon Forest 25, an annual ranking of the region's largest tech companies based on revenue. Elemental ranks at #19 on the list and is among several other younger businesses that are growing rapidly within the tech industry.


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