Dalet Lays Foundation for Future of Broadcast at BVE 2017

Dalet will be kicking off the new year with new product launches and future-thinking broadcast solutions at BVE 2017. Dalet will showcase new solutions and workflows that help content producers evolve the way they work.

The Dalet Galaxy Workflow Engine automates a combination of user tasks and media services such as ingest, logging, editing, transcoding, wrapping, file transfers and file-based QC from a single platform, helping facilities and operators maximise production efficiencies across departments and operations. The user-friendly Workflow Designer interface lets administrators intuitively model business processes by simply drag and dropping from a palette of stencils that span user tasks and notifications, media and metadata services, gateways, timeout and error management, and much more.

Dalet Report Centre

Dalet Report Centre

Connecting over 90 vendors from file delivery, to QC, storage & infrastructure technologies, post-production tools, the Dalet Galaxy API provides a gateway to all the platform services. This gives facilities all the openness and flexibility required to build a robust, best-of-breed solution of their choice.

Rounding out the key innovations is the new Dalet Report Center. Tapping into the multiple dimensions of the deep Dalet Galaxy data model, the Dalet Report Center provides executives, content managers and system administrators with relevant data insights that allow them to identify and replicate editorial success, effectively address new revenue streams based on more in depth analysis of audience data, better use talent based on productivity, and optimise the provisioning of technical infrastructures.

Dalet Galaxy Context Map

Dalet Galaxy Context Map

Dalet Unified News Operations is a robust framework combining all the traditional functions of news production and distribution into a scalable, comprehensive, flexible and agile solution. The unified production approach offers federated tools for streamlining ingest, logging, editing, graphics, planning and distribution across the operation, with the Dalet Workflow Engine to automate and orchestrate complex workflows, data migrations and distribution. The Dalet API provides advanced integrations with third-party and custom applications such as CMS solutions.

Efficient data-driven operations become critical as social media news consumption keeps proving the norm. Enhancements to the Dalet Galaxy platform make publishing to social channels an easy and intuitive newsroom operation, allowing broadcasters to better cater to these new consumer habits.

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