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​Dalet Showcases News and Orchestration Workflows

A new content discovery framework, social media integration, and IP ready solutions, for news, MAM, orchestration and video-over-IP workflows are front and centre of Dalet’s IBC exhibit.

“Key for our customers is the ability to take advantage of emerging technologies that ultimately enable new business opportunities and growth. However, these come at a faster and faster pace. Replacement of key tools and infrastructure with every evolution is not a viable business option, nor is staying with the current siloed infrastructure,” comments Arnaud Elnecave, vice president of marketing, Dalet. “Today’s media operations require fluid, collaborative workflows based on an open technology framework such as the Dalet Galaxy platform, which can bend to the flow of new business requirements. All our recent implementations are about enabling this agile transformation for our customers.”

For its Dalet Unified News Operations the firm will introduce new additions including a Social Media Pane for social media publishing. It also provides a synthetic view of the published stories and their performance with audiences to inform new editorial directions and planning.

A new Content Discovery module recommends to the journalists and producers a selection of content readily available on the platform that matches their assignments or work in progress.

The Dalet Orchestration solution is designed to integrate content pools and automate workflows across the various verticals of a typical media enterprise – such as programs, promos, news, sports and lifestyle. It provides a consolidated view of all media assets across the business with tools to automate and optimize workflows from acquisition and production, to distribution of content to multiple broadcast platforms and publishing systems.

“Delivered with Dalet Report Center, the solution offers critical business intelligence data specifically tailored for media operations, allowing management teams to measure performance throughout the chain and build data-driven strategies,” says Elnecave.

The recently updated HTML5 Dalet Xtend panel connects Adobe Premiere Pro CC users to the Dalet Galaxy platform, providing a direct gateway to shared assets and facilitating greater collaboration with the rest of the users on the Dalet Galaxy platform – such as journalists, prep editors, sports producers and other production personnel.

The Dalet Brio server is announced as supporting the latest IP standards – SMPTE 2202-2, SMPTE 2202-6 and the soon-to-be-published SMPTE 2110. The latest version no longer has dependency on a physical video board, allowing for a full virtualization of the I/O service, “opening doors to more agile, next-generation video network configurations” it says.

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