Piksel to Showcase Fuse Metadata Manager Updates

Customers can now leverage metadata across their entire ecosystem, according to Piksel.

“Fuse Metadata Manager puts metadata at the heart of the business to address issues caused by legacy systems,” explains Piksel co-MD Kristan Bullett. “By improving integration of broadcast and linear workflows, reducing reliance on manual process and avoiding duplication, businesses can better organise their back office to improve agility and deliver better services.” 

The list of updates include:

- Federation of multiple sources of metadata to visualise metadata in a single place

- Improved search, validation and conformance

- Increased quality and depth to unlock the potential of archived content

- Powerful Machine Learning (ML) capabilities to enrich metadata intelligently and at scale

“We’ve recognised that many companies within the media and entertainment industry struggle to utilise their metadata efficiently, as they’re still battling against legacy systems and disparate internal silos” said Bullett. “The new features in Fuse Metadata Manager directly address these issues and empower media and entertainment businesses to enhance the quality of their metadata systems and processes, allowing companies the flexibility to explore new revenue streams and stay ahead of customer demands.”

This update follows the recent announcement of the Piksel metadata ecosystem, bringing together a range of vendors across Europe to deliver advanced recommendations and content discovery functionalities to customers.

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