There is an overwhelming amount of content being recorded by sports broadcasters and digital services teams. A broadcaster might capture hundreds of hours of content over the course of, say, a golf tournament, yet only a fraction of that content makes it to air. But what about the rest of it, such as interviews, scenic shots, promos, and behind-the-scenes footage? Too often, priceless moments that don’t make it into the broadcast get left on the cutting room floor because they’re either not preserved or the right people can’t access them, or both [...]
DENVER— June 27, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that it is now part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Partner Program (PSP). AWS PSP recognizes partners with solutions and experience in helping government, education, and nonprofit organizations around the world achieve their missions. Media organizations in the public sector can now be assured that Wazee Digital’s media services are compatible with AWS.
SVG sat down with Mike Arthur, VP, sports and live events, to discuss Wazee Digital’s evolution, where he sees the industry headed, and how the company can help content owners manage and distribute the approaching flood of original sports content [...]
DENVER — April 25, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced an upgrade to Wazee Digital Media Hub, the only centralized, web-based system that allows near-live moments to be captured and made immediately available for global highlights, publishing, and syndication as the event is happening. With the upgrade come two major enhancements: a new gallery view to simplify content organization and search, and integration with Aspera Direct-to-S3 to accelerate file downloads [...]
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