Robin Melhuish of Wazee Digital, a Veritone Company, discusses how film and television production companies can use branded online distribution hubs to make content easily accessible to any authorized user with an internet connection from anywhere in the world.
In IABM's Journal, SVP, Marketing & Business Development, Andy Hurt walks through Wazee Digital's creative collaboration with Safestream and how a Hollywood heavy hitter now gets the benefit of having an embedded visible watermark, embedded forensic watermark, and virtually no wait time in the process.
Chad Hamilton, Vice President, Technology, FremantleMedia North America explains how FremantleMedia, one of the largest global television-production companies in the world — with one of the biggest and most valuable catalogs is simplifying monetization and cutting costs With Wazee Digital Core.
Wazee Digital CTO, Greg Loose, discusses how we decided to go all in on the cloud through Amazon Web Services (AWS). Using Snowball, we were able to transfer our data 100x versus over the wire.
Andy Hurt, SVP, Marketing and Business Development, discusses hot to maximize the opportunity for reuse and monetization of content.
The Defense Imagery Management Operations Center, or DIMOC, manages and preserves American military imagery for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). DIMOC is the official records center, or archive, for the United States military’s most treasured and irreplaceable video, audio, and still imagery. As the keeper of U.S. military visual history, DIMOC is responsible for more than a million unclassified DoD assets (and counting) going back more than 70 years [...]
by Andy Hurt, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Business Development for Wazee Digital
Clips of specific players were easily accessible by NFL Network, other broadcasters, and franchises By Michael Arthur, VP, Sports and Live Events, and Ian Retzlaff, Director of Sports Licensing & Partnerships
Historically, a content owner’s only concern was to create a piece of broadcast-quality content, deliver it to one or two broadcast-distribution arms (such as a satellite or cable provider), and be done with it [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
CBS News and Wazee Digital, a provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services, have renewed their long-standing agreement under which Wazee Digital will continue to manage and represent CBS News’ valuable archives for licensing distribution [...]
If the new content workflow is truly cloud-native — that is, purposely built to operate in the cloud — then it can streamline processes and improve collaboration across all phases of the content.
Some theorize that the age of the dinosaurs came to an end as the result of a falling meteor. Will cable operators survive the impact of their own meteor? [...]
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