A ‘Major MediaPulse Launch,’ With No NAB Nix Impact


On September 9, a resource management software manufacturer serving the broadcast, studio, media services and video transmission industries planned to launch the Version 10 update of one of its more widely used products at the 2021 NAB Show in Las Vegas.

Then came the Sept. 15 announcement from the NAB that the show would be cancelled.

Where does this leave Xytech?

RBR+TVBR confirmed midday Wednesday that launch of MediaPulse 10 is “100%” moving ahead for Xytech, which purchased ScheduALL in April 2021.

The official launch of MediaPulse 10 is now planned for a late October webinar presently in the planning stage.

“Over the course of the past year, significant upgrades have been made to the platform to upgrade performance, security, transmission, project budgeting, asset management as well as major updates to the scheduling system and application UI,” Xytech says.

The three areas of concentration for the MediaPulse 10 update are mobility, the cloud and
features to support the changing nature of the business. “The MediaPulse Managed Cloud is faster and more secure, and the new mobile features support a customer base with new remote needs in a very different and evolving environment,” Xytech says.

The new budgeting module addresses the need to control costs on projects of all sizes including large annual facility projections, it adds. “Xytech is also tapping into the ScheduALL client base and has developed new features across the transmission and scheduling modules to make MediaPulse more impactful for users.”

For more information, visit xytechsystems.com.