With consumer adoption of OTT services and viewing of live sporting events on mobile devices at an all-time high, content creators and distributors are working hard to fine-tune their infrastructures and workflows to meet demand. For many, this has meant leveraging the flexibility and scalability of cloud-based computing and artificial intelligence (AI)-powered services, which require less capital cost and facilitate experimentation with new channels and mobile-first services.
At the 2019 NAB Show, Veritone will highlight Veritone Digital Media Hub, focusing on two main use cases: access and delivery, and monetization. Digital Media Hub is an intuitive white-label portal fueled by Veritone aiWARE, the world’s first operating system for artificial intelligence.
At the 2019 NAB Show, Tedial will demonstrate its SmartLive software, which supports automated sports and live events workflows. It will also demonstrate its Hyper IMF MAM, an upgraded version of its Version Factory automated single workflow for multiple platform delivery; and upgrades to the Evolution aStorm hybrid content management solution. The company said that all of these products help broadcasters improve their operations with “measurable financial advantages and operational efficiencies.”
The times they are a changin’ and faster than ever. For the first time, digital advertising in the United States will surpass the amount of money spent on traditional ads used by television and print media, a research firm predicts.
IP has now come of age and many broadcasters are looking to transition to ST2110. The Broadcast Bridge has been championing IP education and in this unprecedented IP seminar they have brought together leading industry experts to deliver an in-depth case-study of the world’s leading ST2110 IP installation at NEP Australia.
Kaltura has released a new version of its Cloud TV Platform SDK featuring faster and smoother playback on mobile devices challenged by slow or intermittent internet connectivity.