Dalet Showcases AI-Enabled Production, Automation And Monetization At NAB 2024

Attendees can experience firsthand Dalet’s collaborative, AI-enabled workflows that harness the power of a single, cloud-native technology stack to facilitate production, distribution, archive and monetization for news, sports and entertainment across all channels.

The flexible, scalable solutions offered by the Dalet platform revolutionize the way broadcasters engage audiences around major sports and events, empower news organizations with the tools and speed to deliver authentic stories as they happen on every viewing platform and enable content owners to reduce time to market and monetize archives through revenue-generating storefronts.

Designed for mission-critical media workflows, Dalet's unified platform for asset management and orchestration maximizes return on investment (ROI) globally through industry-leading automation, full elasticity and AI-enabled applications. As the company develops new, bespoke technologies, modules and applications for news, sports, OTT, archives and other content workflows, the Dalet platform underpins the expanded ecosystem seamlessly.

Solving Chaos in the Newsroom
Dalet leads the industry with story-centric workflows for unified news operations across television, digital and radio. These solutions optimize collaboration, modernize operations and harmonize resources to solve chaos across newsrooms. The Dalet Pyramid application is presented alongside the Dalet Cut browser-based editor, and Dalet Media Cortex powerful AI capabilities, which present a revolutionary approach to centralized planning and multiformat news production across a global news organization. The showcase will include a preview of next-generation, browser-based rundown management.

Powering Olympic-Size Sports Workflows
Sporting organizations such as leagues, federations and major teams can leverage Dalet Flex to streamline their end-to-end workflows from elastic ingest, logging - integrating third-party tools such as loggers and sports data feeds - AI-powered metadata enrichment with Dalet Media Cortex, near-live production with Dalet Cut, distribution and monetization through storefronts like Veritone’s Digital Media Hub.

Streamlining Advanced M&E Content Operations
Dalet Flex empowers media-centric organizations to produce, manage, package, distribute and monetize digital media content and archives effortlessly. The cloud-native solution powers complex end-to-end workflows for content owners of all types and sizes. From production with web-based editor Dalet Cut, integration with creative tools such as Adobe Premiere Pro and Avid Media Composer, complex format processing, advanced packaging and distribution at scale through to monetizing their archives, Dalet Flex increases efficiency and speed-to-market.

More Product Highlights
Visitors to the Dalet booth at NAB will also be able to experience:

  • Practical, integrated AI with Dalet Media Cortex, which provides speech recognition, language translation, automated metadata tagging and more. Visitors to the Dalet booth will be able to discuss real use cases, such as the complexity of multiple language requirements and how incorporating AI can automate translations of captions, graphics, voiceovers and more.
  • Elastic Ingest with Dalet InStream, the multi-channel, cloud-native ingest solution that brings a whole new level of efficiency, agility and elasticity to capture large-scale live events.
  • Advanced Media Processing with Dalet AmberFin, the leading media processing and transcoding solution that delivers high-quality media conversions for advanced production formats to complex delivery standards with flexible deployments and elastic processing power.

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