Flexible Access is our way of responding to customer needs we see in the market. At a high level, it is about putting our customer experience first and foremost. In these uncertain times, our customers need to produce more stories, better.
As the world went remote in 2020, many businesses turned to cloud technology to help keep content flowing, causing a massive spike in cloud adoption. As one data point, Signiant reported a more than 230% increase in data moving into and out of cloud storage using its own Media Shuttle SaaS offering.
Typical of the new functionality is instant access to basic editing and voiceover tools for any clip in the system. This allows a journalist to quickly build a story by simply assembling the pictures and adding a script, through intuitive controls.
Keeping up with the rapid advancements of new technology in media production and distribution can be a daunting task for broadcasters, service providers and media companies as they try to navigate highly competitive waters and keep their businesses successful. Staffing and resources are often limited and media delivery is becoming
Computer systems are driving forward broadcast innovation and the introduction of microservices is having a major impact on the way we think about software. This not only delivers improved productivity through more efficient workflow solutions for broadcasters, but also helps vendors to work more effectively to further improve the broadcaster
Brainstorm says it has completed the TelePorter project, funded by the Google Digital News Initiative. TelePorter allows reporters to be ‘teleported’ to the TV set from whatever location they are reporting from at that very moment.