Newsbridge Brings Groundbreaking AI And Cloud Innovations To The 2023 NAB Show

Newsbridge will demonstrate how it is leading the charge for innovation with new AI- and cloud-based solutions for media asset indexing and archiving. Newsbridge provides broadcasters, TV channels, and sports rights holders with fast, efficient, and scalable solutions for the ingest, storage, management, and monetization of content.

Key highlights at 2023 NAB show will include:

NEW AI Technology for Higher Quality and More Efficient Media Asset Indexing
Newsbridge will launch and demo an AI technology for media asset indexing that achieves new levels of precision, speed, and scalability. A game-changer for media and sports organizations, the new technology enables users to index vast amounts of content in record time.

NEW AI Detection Feature for Indexing and Searching Media Assets
Newsbridge will introduce a new AI detection feature to its existing capabilities (i.e., people, logos, objects, patterns, speech, and scenes). The new location-based search feature will enable producers, journalists, and media managers to pull up the exact shots they need in less than 2 seconds.

Improving Workflow Efficiency, Collaboration, and Content Monetization With Cloud Media Hub
Newsbridge’s Cloud Media Hub solution will be at the heart of the company’s technology demonstrations. Offering unparalleled scalability, the Newsbridge Cloud Media Hub enables broadcasters and sports rights holders to centralize, auto-index, and work with media assets in the cloud without changing their existing ecosystem.

Newsbridge’s modular and scalable product lineup will be on display, including:

  • Just Index: With Just Index, broadcasters and sports rights holders can scale their indexing and archiving tasks with Newsbridge’s market-leading AI, which features portable metadata that allows users to keep their current media asset management system.
  • Media Hub: The cloud-based platform allows users to access, store, manage, and share live and archived content, accessible from anywhere.
  • Live Asset Manager: With the Live Asset Manager, users can schedule, capture, and record hundreds of live streams in parallel, and view and clip the footage in real time directly from a web browser.
  • Media Marketplace: Newsbridge Media Marketplace turns minutes of video footage into thousands in revenue. Using the white-label storefront solution, broadcasters and sports rights holders can easily showcase their media assets to external buyers.

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