Digital Media Hub
This year’s NAB Show is now history, and it was a great one for Veritone! As we’d hoped going in, we were able to gain an even deeper understanding of how media and entertainment organizations are creating, managing, delivering, monetizing, and analyzing (or not … yet) their assets. And we observed that the industry is craving innovations in areas such as advertising efficacy and archive monetization. We were also able to showcase some powerful use cases of how our M&E customers are addressing these topics and achieving significant success.
Carson Entertainment Group (CEG), the television licensing company established by Johnny Carson in 1981 to control the rights to “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson,” recently launched a Digital Media Hub to archive and license clips from the show’s 30-year history. The entire Carson Library of television has been painstakingly cataloged, transcribed, and synced to timecodes to display in an online, searchable platform. All episodes recorded from 1962 through 1992 are available for licensing through CEG.
We talked with CEG’s Jeff Sotzing (president) and Jonathan Sotzing (sales and marketing) about how Digital Media Hub will bring the company’s licensing operation into the here and now. Robin Melhuish, Veritone’s Director of Customer Solutions, worked closely with CEG on the project and joined us for the conversation.
Golden Boy Promotions to use Veritone’s Core and Digital Media Hub as its digital asset management solution to store, access, and manage its more than 14 terabytes of video content and streamline asset delivery to its broadcast and press partners.
Carson Entertainment Group (CEG) to use Veritone’s digital asset portal, Digital Media Hub, to archive and license clips from the Johnny Carson Show’s 30-year history.
Robin Melhuish, Director of Customer Solutions, discusses who needs a cloud digital asset management solution, why companies should stay away from "home-grown" asset management, and why metadata is so important for your content.
Submitted by Tristan Ringering – Wazee Digital As I sit down to pen this revelation on the complexities and challenges of content ingest and metadata management, I find my head spinning as if it were the first time the concept ever entered my mind. The truth is, I actually do this for a living and…
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Author – Mike Arthur – Wazee Digital Sports and Live Events properties are creating more content than ever. The ease with which anybody can shoot, edit, and post video, in combination with the explosion of social media applications, has had a significant impact on traditional broadcast and nobody is immune: ESPN has lost 13 million…
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