Join Jackson Lewis National eDiscovery Counsel Ralph Losey, ACEDS Executive Director Mary Mack and Veritone for an engaging webinar covering all things early case assessment as we discuss the growing use of audio & video ESI in eDiscovery, and the ways you can use technology to automate the process! Topics will include: New and Emerging…
Obtaining licensing rights can be an involved process, especially when buying rights-managed content, so we asked one of our licensing experts, Jay Bailey, to share some wisdom. Jay has been our vice president of TV and film licensing for nearly a decade, so he knows a thing or two about this topic. Here’s what he had to say.
A recently passed New York state law mandates that a wide range of information be turned over within 15 days after an indictment. Because the law affects audio and video-based evidence too, prosecutors will need to accelerate the multimedia discovery process, requiring the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) tools that allow rapid e-discovery during the early case assessment (ECA) stage of cases.
April 19 – 22, 2020 Six days to discover new technologies, make new connections and hear from global thought-leaders. Get exclusive access to fresh ideas and define your next strategies. This is where you’ll find solutions to the most pressing issues and where the content community gathers to answer the challenges of tomorrow. Join Verione in…
February 3-6, 2020 Where Business Gets Done. From product launches to new mergers and business deals. Legalweek remains the leading event where major legal business is generated. Standing room only. Legalweek 2019 featured record-breaking attendance for the opening keynote presentation led by Loretta Lynch and Alberto Gonzalez. Thousands of the most powerful leaders in law came, saw, and…
September 6-8, 2019 FootageFest 2019 is the 2nd annual celebration of those of us who make our living from video content. 2018 was universally well received with over 200 delegates attending, 20 Vendors and a true gathering of the buyers and sellers of video content around the world. This year we are going bigger and…
As a content owner or rights holder, creating and distributing content isn’t your only concern. It’s equally important to make sure your content is stored and curated properly to enable discovery and future use. Rather than using it once for its original purpose and then letting it sit in a vault somewhere, there is tremendous value in getting your content into the hands of producers, broadcasters, ad agencies, and others who need clips for their projects. That means licensing.
In my almost 10 years of working in sports licensing, I’ve become intimately familiar with the intricacies of content rights, licensing, and intellectual property. I can’t watch any kind of program without thinking about (and often mentioning) the licensing and rights nuances included within it. My wife hates it. “Why can’t we just watch TV like normal people?” she says. In this article I offer up some best practices for enabling discovery and licensing of your content while protecting your copyrights as a rights holder.
“It’s the same old adage we hear all the time about TV ad campaigns: “What was the reach and how effective was that ad campaign?” And while each broadcaster has their own methods to answer that question for their advertisers, many broadcasters either have a hard time or don’t use an attribution solution to help…
Veritone Inc (NASDAQ:VERI) today announced Cox Media Group (CMG) has selected the aiWARE-powered Veritone Essentials suite of applications to use across its 60+ radio stations in 11 markets.
With surging amounts of video and audio evidence, redaction is essential for police teams to close cases. Today, law enforcement agencies are spending thousands of extra hours manually redacting evidence sources one by one in order to keep witnesses safe, comply with body camera and freedom of information laws and, at times, consent decrees.
Join Ohio Body Worn Camera Unit Detective Officer, Kevin Davis and Lt. Frank Borelli (ret) Editorial Director of Officer.com, in conversation with Veritone to learn how law enforcement teams can automate video and audio evidence redaction to save crucial officer time, reduce costs and comply with laws.
We will cover:
Redaction challenges for law enforcement
New police body camera release laws
Best practices for redacting video and audio evidence
Available AI technology - Veritone Redact demonstration
We'll get things started 8/13 at 10am PDT. Hope to catch you there!