Join Cloudian, Cloudfirst, and Ergonomic Group to learn how to create the foundation for a future-proof archive solution.
Many media companies have a lot of different media content (video along with photos) that very often ‘’lie on the shelves collecting dust’’. Mostly because it requires a lot of time, money, and staff to have control over thousands of assets. Using modern MAM and CDN technologies you can not only get control over your valuable assets, save money in handling them and use them in sales and marketing but also monetize your archive and earn money.
We propose to build a portal-based, pay-as-you-use media ‘engine’ into our video switches at BT Tower. Live content feeds coming through the switches could be captured in 24-hour segments, stored for 10 days and have metadata automatically generated. Content could be easily found using keywords, no action would be missed if events run on longer, and rights holders have sufficient time to fetch clips retrospectively.
During this session we will discuss how to use AI content tagging to optimize video services content catalogue, making it easily searchable, and their content discoverable We will speak about New AI-driven Content Search and Discovery Strategies and how we are successfully applying them in an innovation project for the National Spanish Broadcaster RTVE.
As SVOD providers continue to multiply, users are increasingly required to navigate numerous apps on multiple devices in order to access what they’re looking for. How did TV platform Freesat tackle this problem to stay relevant with its new 4K ready set top boxes and provide a seamless, joined up viewing experience? And how, with the prospect of IP channels on the horizon, will Freesat continue to keep a ‘streaming savvy’ audience engaged?
The session will examine how the combination of IPTV DASH and multicastABR uniquely resolves the issue of latency with ABR format, offering a solution that has no regression at all compared with broadcast and IPTV. Multicast ABR has successfully been deployed in production for IPTV-DASH use cases, and feedback from these real-world experiences will be shared during this presentation.
Bridge Technologies offers a comprehensive, end-to-end, fully configurable approach to monitoring through ISM (Integrated Services Monitoring). This means that for media houses, production facilities, broadcasters who have OTT as just one element of their service delivery – or for those looking to grow their OTT and remote capabilities – Bridge is there to help ensure that regardless of how your audiences choose to consume content, they will always be sure to receive high quality, reliable content.
This presentation will provide a brief overview of these technologies. It will then describe experiments running on the public Internet that have been carried out with various CDN and OTT players.
This presentation will examine the benefits of targeted advertising for viewers, advertisers, and operators, as well as some of the delivery challenges. Attendees will learn how operators can collect viewer data and enhance decisions related to targeted advertising using artificial intelligence. By providing invaluable insights into what content is popular and what’s not, data and analytics help to improve the relevance of content and advertising delivered by service providers to individual viewers and households.
In this speaking session, we detail why there is so much untapped potential for AI within the TV industry, and how executives can better harness the power of AI. He would also be able to outline the television industry’s attitudes, experiences and perceptions about AI, as well as how they can use the technology to track, analyze and monetize content more effectively, while also enhancing audience engagement along the way. Finally, we outline additional findings from Veritone’s recent research on the use of AI by television organizations.