TiVo Report: Media Fragmentation, Content Fatigue Growing

As media fragmentation continues to grow, there are signs of “content fatigue” among many TV viewers, but there are opportunities for the TV industry to combat that fatigue by exploiting new technologies to achieve 
“new and better user experiences,” according to TiVo. ... More

Cognizant CEO D’Souza Named Chair of World Economic Forum’s IT Community

Cognizant VP and CEO Francisco D'Souza has been named chairman of the World Economic Forum's IT and Electronics Governors community, a group of business leaders with the mission of ensuring long-term sustainability of their industry. The World Economic Forum itself is an indep... More

2018: The Year of ‘Citizen AI’

This is the final installment of a three-part piece on the advances made in artificial intelligence in 2018, by Yves Bergquist, founder and CEO of AI company Corto, and director of the AI and Neuroscience in Media Project at the Entertainment Technology Center at the University o... More

M&E Journal: How Threat Intelligence Enables Cybersecurity

By Christopher Taylor, Security Consultant, Taksati Consulting - “Offense informs defense” has been a driving security tenet for a long time and nothing epitomizes this more than threat intelligence. “Threat intelligence” refers to the knowledge of tools and methods... More

Netflix Execs: Expect More Original Content, Bundling, Interactive Storytelling

Along with more original Netflix content, we can also expect to see more bundling of its streaming service with pay TV, internet and mobile services, as well as more interactive storytelling like what we recently saw with “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,” according to company exe... More

AI in 2018: More Deep Learning Extensions and Crazy Rich Bayesians

This is the second installment of a three-part piece on the advances made in artificial intelligence in 2018, by Yves Bergquist, founder and CEO of AI company Corto, and director of the AI and Neuroscience in Media Project at the Entertainment Technology Center at the University ... More

2018: AI’s Electrifying ‘Gap Year’

This is the first of a three-part piece on the advances made in artificial intelligence in 2018, by Yves Bergquist, founder and CEO of AI company Corto, and director of the AI and Neuroscience in Media Project at the Entertainment Technology Center at the University of Southern C... More

Digital Bedrock, WGBH Team on PBCore Cataloging Tool

Digital preservation specialist Digital Bedrock and media company WGBH have teamed up to launch a new, open-source cataloguing tool, the PBCore Cataloguing Tool. Developed by Digital Bedrock for the American Archive of Public Broadcasting’s PBCore Development and Training Pr... More

Winter M&E Journal Digital Edition Goes Live

The digital version of the winter edition of the Media & Entertainment Services Alliance’s “M&E Journal,” featuring more than 40 original M&E thought pieces from executives ranging from Ad-ID to ZOO Digital, is now live. Along with columns from MESA’s leadership, the i... More

Digimarc CEO: Demand for Its Intuitive Computing Platform Rises

Digimarc is seeing growing demand for its Intuitive Computing Platform (ICP) technologies among retailers and consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies, according to Bruce Davis, the company’s CEO. The company also continues to have “many sustainable competitive advantages... More