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Ross Video acquires Image Video

Ross Video acquires Image Video

Ross Video acquires Image Video

Ross Video has acquired Toronto-based manufacturer Image Video, its 16th acquisition since 2009. Image Video is best known for its TSI tally control platform, which is used by major broadcast network providers, sports venues, corporate video facilities and houses of worship. Image Video’s product team led by Zach Wilkie and David Russell, along with their R&D and technical support teams, will all transition over to Ross Video.

Wilkie, now product manager at Ross Tally Systems, is excited at the prospect of life as part of Ross Video. “As a fellow Canadian company that was founded in the same year, we’ve obviously grown up alongside Ross Video and we’ve seen the impressive growth and expansion of the Ross business, especially during the last decade. We’re very pleased to become part of the family and this acquisition will help us reach new international markets and scale much more effectively.”

“Back in 1973, my father was in hospital after breaking his leg. Jim Leitch, the founder of Leitch Video (now Imagine Communications) visited and advised my father to start his own company. He said that there was a Leitch Video and an Image Video in Canada, so there should also be a Ross Video,” commented Ross Video CEO, David Ross. “It’s possible that if Image Video didn’t exist, my father may not have had such role models to show the way, and even if Dad did start our company, we may not be named Ross Video today. All these years later, Image is now part of Ross, something that my father agrees is quite remarkable. Image’s TSI tally platform is a great complement to our existing range of solutions and enables Ross to bring even more choice to the live production market.”



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