Shane Miner (Senior Director of Technical Services, WGBH) explains that by using object storage, WGBH’s large amounts of metadata are quickly searched providing a detailed description of the content in every storage object
Roger Franklin (CEO, Crystal) explains how metadata can assist linear broadcasters to go OTT profitably. The key is using metadata to accomplish targeted advertising.
Metadata serves many purposes and comes in many flavors. Additionally, SMPTE ST 2110 has its own metadata considerations. This presentation by Paul Briscoe (Consultant, Evertz) looks at the requirements that need to be met for business continuity and the new ones introduced by SMPTE ST 2110 and examines the solutions available in IP to accommodate them. Examples include closed captioning, time code, HDR metadata and SDP.
The 2018 Winter Olympics marked Discovery’s first of four Olympic Games with broadcasting rights for most of Europe, and they needed to build a complete solution, from the ground up, to deliver Olympic content to 50 territories across Europe in 21 languages.
They knew that one of their main challenges was going to be managing the tremendous volume of content coming in from Korea and out to all of their distribution channels. With 900 people from Discovery on the ground in PyeongChang and 1400 more across 10 sites in Europe, immediate access to content from anywhere in the world, with easy collaboration and content sharing was going to be critical. NEP worked with Discovery to build out their Mediabank cloud-based media asset management tool to create a custom solution for Discovery’s ingest, storage, logging, distribution, and collaboration needs.
With over 18 years’ experience,Tedial has earned an impeccable reputation as a MAM visionary and innovator. Tedial provides international broadcasters and global media companies with an intelligently engineered platform that enables users to take full advantage of file-based workflows, cloud computing and other technologies such as IMF and AI with maximum benefits and minimum risk.
Never before has media content been quite so valuable. With increasing competition and consumer appetite for content anytime anywhere, broadcasters and content producers are under increasing pressure to deliver the right content at the right time. It is surprising therefore that so many media companies have not even considered a disaster recovery plan, let alone implemented one. Just how important is disaster recovery and how do you implement a plan that’s automated and integrated into the way you work today?
Curator integrates alongside Quantum StorNext Pro and Telestream Vantage to create elegant image capture and distribution workflow Cambridge, UK, 1 August 2016: UK-based media asset management and technology specialist, IPV, has announced the successful integration of its Curator Content Factory Media Asset Management (MAM) system within NASA's Kennedy Space Center. The MAM system is being used within a fully digital solution for launch video capture and delivery systems at the Kennedy Space Center and integrates seamlessly alongside a Quantum StorNext 5 storage system and Telestream Vantage content transcoding. [bctt tweet="There are not very many imaging environments more challenging, or more critical, than the one that supports launches at NASA's Kennedy Space Center - MAM System Revolutionize NASA Kennedy Space Center"] On this project, IPV collaborated with North American channel partner, StorExcel, which worked as a key advisor to the project on content and workflow integration issues. "We wanted to give NASA a state-of-the-art video workflow system based on best-of-breed solutions that we knew would work well together and provide optimal value based on our own experience." said Kurt Clawson, CTO, M&E Technology at StorExcel. There are not very many imaging environments more challenging, or more critical, than the one that...