World Television boosts offer with UCTX web firm buy

World Television, the broadcast communication specialist spun out

of environmental campaigner Greenpeace, has acquired web-streaming

company UCTX.



The company says the deal, the terms of which were not revealed, will

allow it to offer PR agencies a one-stop shop so that clients' events

can be recorded and distributed both to broadcast media and on the

web.



World Television sales and marketing director Amanda Alexander said: 'We

are often required to provide footage across different technical

platforms, which is not our forte. UCTX has the technology

required.'



The two companies will now offer a range of broadcast communications

services tailored to IR, internal communications, public affairs,

marketing and corporate communications staff.



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