Journal is the IABM Magazine released every quarter that covers hot topics within the industry. It is distributed widely throughout the industry.
The Merriam Webster dictionary defines metadata as “data that provides information about other data”. Some call it “bits about bits”.
Large broadcast news operations ingest huge volumes of content every day, all of which must be logged and reviewed to determine which assets, illustrated by which video clips, will be presented to viewers. It’s a tedious and time-consuming task, performed by dedicated teams who manually review incoming content and then describe or notate that content, which producers later access to produce finished news segments.
What separates the terms ‘decision’ from ‘choice’? The general consensus is: judgement and deliberation.
We’re all inundated with data every day: from being told the number of steps we’ve taken to new recommendations from Netflix or Amazon. With so much information being thrown at us, are we using this data to its best possible advantage? Do we even know how to do that?
Data metaphors are a dime a dozen today, but they do make a point. Data is truly the driving force in today’s business world, where insights on consumer behaviour drive go-to-market strategies. Nowhere is this more apparent than in the highly competitive Media and Entertainment industry, where viewership trends rule the roost.
Mark Moeder is the CEO of Symphony MediaAI, a US-based company specialising in revenue optimisation technology for media and entertainment. Symphony MediaAI has been at the forefront of revenue optimisation for over thirty years and has earned a reputation as the most trusted name in the industry.
IABM Adoption Trends reports annually track the adoption of specific emerging technologies within the broadcast and media sector.
This Briefing focuses on identifying the most important investment drivers in Manage & Support, including the move to cloud-based platforms and data-driven workflows.
In this IABM TV interview, we are joined by Kathey Battrick (Senior Manager - Library & Media Management at Asharq News), Philippe Petitpont (CEO at Newsbridge) and Rachel Cooper (Marcom Manager at Newsbridge).