Here’s a run-down of recent second screen-related entertainment items, via Berlin-based research and consulting company Vast Media. • On July 7, BBC debuted a 13-minute virt... More
The 2nd Screen Society was formed in 2012 to advance the creation, production and adoption of content, applications, devices and distribution systems within the greater 2nd Screen Engagement Ecosystem. It has focused its attention on facilitating API and web services between apps, Smart TVs, mobile devices and set top boxes, providing a social, seamless and stimulating consumer experience that harness the power of data and provide visibility and usage information to companies as content is created, marketed, delivered and archived.
Additionally, the Society’s Search/Discovery initiative has advanced the dialogue between video service providers, metadata provides and content creators to create a lean-back video discovery experience. The group is currently focusing on ways that data is furthering distribution and development through information obtained via IoT-enabled devices.
The benefits of asset management for content, automation of workflows, data integration across business units, and the latest in consumer analytics will all be discussed July 25 at... More
AlterMedia made several enhancements to its Studio Suite production and post-production studio management software solution that’s used for scheduling, inventory, and media asset... More
A full day of conferences, keynotes, workshops and technology showcases, covering four different areas of the media and entertainment industry, is set for July 25, when the Media &... More
By Matt Turner, CTO Media & Entertainment, MarkLogic Corporation - Not taking advantage of the data around content has never had bigger consequences for media organizations.... More
Social Studio, Salesforce’s social media measurement service, has been certified as a launch partner for YouTube’s Measurement Program, a new service that looks to verify the Y... More
Nearly 85% of those surveyed in TiVo’s latest quarterly Video Trends Report have a pay TV service, with 37% spending at least $101 a month (and some spending as much as $150 or m... More