Digital Media Hub
From Martechseries.com: What makes Veritone’s latest partnership with SF Giants so unique in the Digital Marketing space? Veritone provides the San Francisco Giants with the ability to maximize the utilization and monetization of its rich media assets. By ingesting their archive content into our Cloud-based DMH (Digital Media Hub), powered by aiWARE cognition, we provide an…
If your media operation has bought into the concept of leading-edge digital asset management (DAM) tools, congratulations! Armed with a cloud-native and AI-driven DAM, you’re poised to reap some fantastic benefits, which could include improved operational efficiencies, more effective management and control of your valuable content, optimized advertising and sponsorship opportunities, and the ability to…
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…
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.
September 24-26 - Dallas, TX - Hilton Anatole
The 2019 Radio Show is more than just a conference. It’s a convergence of all who thrive in the audio and media space. A gathering of the most creative minds in broadcasting, podcasting and streaming. A place where professionals – from rookies to seasoned veterans – come together to shape the future of the business.
With a revitalized, collaborative session lineup packed with creative solutions and profitable strategies, nonstop networking and live entertainment, the 2019 Radio Show will take you – and your career – to the top of your game.
Visit Veritone in booth # 243 and let us show you how we handle your content through its entire lifecycle! Enjoy a complimentary Guest Pass on us - use Guest Pass Code DA3447 when registering! Register Here
July 17-19, 2019 Johannesburg, South Africa at Ticketpro Dome
Mediatech Africa, organized by Sun Circle Exhibitions and Reed Exhibitions, is a biennial advanced media and entertainment technology trade show held in Johannesburg, South Africa. The expo showcases new technologies and services from industry leaders in AV system integration and communications; live entertainment technology; television and broadcast; animation and film; studio and production, DJ and pro-audio equipment.
Come listen to Veritone's David Candler, Senior Director of Customer Solutions speak at the event! Register Here for Mediatech Africa!
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.