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Moving the Dial

Veritone Attribute and WideOrbit media operations platform are moving the dial at TV Stations

Regional broadcaster maximizes ad spend with the integrated ad management and attribution solution In an increasingly competitive advertising environment, broadcasters need every advantage to maximize their ad revenue — and a major media enterprise  has dialed into an advantageous way to do just that. The company, which owns and operates stations in nearly 100  television...

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Pulse of AI’s Role in TV

Taking the Pulse of AI’s Role in TV

Making the modern TV experience seamless and simple is laborious. Despite technological leaps, complex behind-the-scenes processes need to happen in order to offer television customers the experience they expect from streaming services and traditional linear broadcast.  Tasks like metadata creation, captioning, content licensing and post-production work to fit media onto ever-changing delivery and packaging needs...

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ccelerate Your Workflows & Business Processes

Working Remotely? AI Can Help Accelerate Your Workflows & Business Processes

Veritone is committed to helping its current and future media & entertainment customers to not only maintain business continuity but actively enhance operations during this challenging time and announces free access to its flagship applications for 60 days. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has adversely impacted many communities and businesses across the globe. In an effort to...

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AI Business

The State of Artificial Intelligence in 2020: AI by the Numbers

Artificial intelligence is changing the way companies purchase and sell B2B products. AI promises to continue to transform the way we do business and relate to the digital landscape. Yet, discussions about AI often stir up anxieties. Will AI impact job security? Will it become more intelligent than humans and plunge the world into an...

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Here’s Johnny! A Conversation With Carson Entertainment Group About Licensing Through Digital Media Hub

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.

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