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Report: Ooyala, Automation and Production Nirvana September 13th 2017 - 05:00 PM

Investment in global TV poses a very interesting challenge – will there be enough content to satisfy the demand for OTT services?

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VSN to Launch Advanced Production Asset Management Tool at IBC 2017 August 28th 2017 - 01:00 PM

VSN is launching a new version of its advanced Production Asset Management (PAM) tool at IBC 2017. Integrated within VSN’s flagship media and business process management product, VSNExplorer, the new advanced PAM software provides comprehensive project visibility and streamlines the management of workflows and material.

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Mark Roberts Motion Control Reveals plans for IBC 2017 August 28th 2017 - 09:00 AM

Mark Roberts Motion Control (MRMC) will be demonstrating a selection of products from their wide catalogue of studio and broadcast studio camera robots, pan-tilt camera heads (including the Whisperhead and Robotic Pod) and their latest MHC camera control software.

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With Tedial Evolution, AMCNI Iberia will supply and automate the management of subtitles and audio files.

AMC Networks International Migrates To Tedial Evolution August 23rd 2017 - 12:05 PM

Looking to maximize efficiency, AMC Networks International (AMCNI) Iberia has re-organized its operations and improved its handling of media assets by installing Tedial’s latest workflow engine, the Tedial Evolution.

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The VSN WEDIT is a cloud content editor, which allows users to access and edit files and content stored in a cloud.

VSN to Introduce Advanced PAM and Video Editing Tools at IBC 2017 August 23rd 2017 - 09:30 AM

VSN will showcase multiple new and updated products including PAM software and WEDIT, a web-based editing tool. Also showing is VSNExplorer BI, a broadcast-centric BI (business intelligence) tool.

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Viewpoint: Automating the Content Supply Chain - The Power of Media ERPs August 14th 2017 - 11:00 AM

Considering the unarguably fast clock speed in Media & Entertainment (M&E) today, content enterprises need to be able to rapidly access, preview, share, process and publish content for on-time delivery to an ever-increasing number of platforms and devices. Yet, automation remains in pockets, and work order administration between multiple tasks continues to be manual.

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