Primestream Founder, Claudio Lisman, Receives Emmy Award at the 2022 NAB Show

Claudio Lisman Emmy Win 2022

202 Communications today announced that Claudio Lisman, founder of Primestream, received the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Technology & Engineering Emmy Award, along with Jeff Moore, executive vice president and CMO of Ross Video — who acquired Primestream in 2021, for pioneering work on “Cloud-Enabled Remote Editing and Project Management.” Lisman was honored on April 25 at the Emmy Awards ceremony that took place in partnership with the National Association of Broadcasters as part of its media and technology convention in Las Vegas.

“I am proud to receive an Emmy Award for a technology I created with the help of my former team at Primestream in 2014, after seeing a critical need in the television industry for virtualizable software that could be deployed in the private or public cloud,” said Lisman. “Since developing the first working model of a cloud production platform, it’s been amazing to watch how remote and cloud television production has transformed. Today, many global operations and thousands of remote editors and producers have benefited from this technology. I would like to thank the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for acknowledging this groundbreaking technology achievement and the pioneering partners who supported us in developing the awarded technology.”

During his extensive professional career, Lisman pioneered software-based media management and distribution technologies that brought innovation and advancement to the sciences of broadcast and the internet. With more than 40 years of experience as an entrepreneur in the media and entertainment broadcast industry, including in operations, engineering, sales, and marketing, Lisman has successfully executed numerous advanced projects for leading broadcasters, government agencies, and telecommunications companies worldwide.