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SMPTE Publishes MESA’s Language Metadata Table Standard

The Society of Motion and Television Engineers (SMPTE), the leading standards governing body for media & entertainment engineering, today announced it has joined with the Media... More

Cognizant Aug. 5 Webinar Examines Agile Software Realities

Late last year, Andres Angelani, CEO of Cognizant Softvision, published the book “Transforming While Performing: How To Create A Culture of Innovation With Partners,” offering ... More

Crossing Borders: Streaming Firms Address Lost Revenue Challenges

Back in 2017 the company that is synonymous with streaming had this then-odd idea of putting up the full season of shows all at once, allowing people to binge watch it all, instead... More

The Kitchen: Adding New Flavors to Localization

Starting off as a small localization facility geared toward a South American group of TV channels, Miami-based The Kitchen has grown into a global force, with a dozen dubbing facil... More

M&E Day: ABCA to Help Audio Service Providers Confront Pandemic and Other Disruptions

The new Audio Business Continuity Alliance (ABCA) is out to help organisations and artists who provide professional audio services overcome challenges that include the pandemic and... More

M&E Journal: Unleashing the Power of Smart Content

By Ryan Steelberg, President, Veritone - For today’s M&E companies, staying profitable is complicated by two intertwined phenomena: exploding consumer demand for personalized,... More

M&E Day: Pandemic Has Only Accelerated Cloud Adoption, Signiant CMO Says

COVID-19 has only served to increase cloud adoption among media and entertainment organizations, according to Jon Finegold, chief marketing officer at file movement software compan... More

M&E Day: Convergent Risks Stresses Need for End-to-End Security

It's important that media and entertainment organisations' security initiatives keep pace with the needs of today’s distributed workforce and collaborative workflows, according t... More

M&E Day: Whip Media Examines Post-COVID Future of Premium VOD

For many years now, cinema admissions have been under pressure, with only the big-budget tentpole titles — films with a budget of $100-million or more — and animations accounti... More

Global M&E Day Keynoter: Uncertain Times, But a Bright Industry Future

The pandemic has resulted in more change — and more uncertainty — for the media and entertainment industry than perhaps any other modern challenges its ever faced before, accor... More

Global M&E Day Keynoter Looks to Industry’s Future

There’s a common theme among those companies that can be considered successful: they always have an eye toward — and a constant, internal conversation around — the future. Wh... More

Caringo Talks Cloud vs. On-Prem Archive Storage at 2 July Global M&E Day

While the cloud has absolutely become crucial to any remote workflow strategy in media and entertainment, should you also be using it for your high-capacity content-archiving stora... More

Whip Media: Data-Driven Predictions Can Help M&E Companies Compete

Now that audiences have become so fragmented and there is so much more competition than ever before for their screen time, grabbing a viewer’s attention — and keeping it — by... More

NAGRA, Akamai, Others Deliver New Security Features for Oscars’ Screening Platform

A collaboration of media and entertainment technology companies has added forensic watermarking, enabled by cloud services providers, to be utilized by the Academy Screening Room, ... More

As Facilities Reopen, Éclair Reflects on Challenges, Benefits Found During Crisis

Two months after the first of its recording facilities had to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Paris-based Eclair Versioning & Accessibility (Éclair V&A) has announced that all... More

Sony NMS: Successful Digital Supply Chains Scale as You Grow

When it comes to a media organization’s digital supply chain, scalability is one of the keys to success, according to Kunal Shah, VP of software engineering and architecture at S... More

MESA Member Webinar Week Ahead: June 8-12

Sony’s tech Tuesdays series continues, Darktrace discusses how to tackle modern SaaS security, and Box offers an in-depth look at secure content collaboration in the cloud. Th... More

Azure Helps the Show Go On for Chattanooga Film Festival

More than two-dozen films were screened at the Chattanooga Film Festival in May, which filmmaker Q&A, screenwriters sharing their process, group sessions on story pitches, festival... More

BBC Studios: Localisation Services Shine During Pandemic

During the recent Cybersecurity & Content Protection Summit (CCPS), BBC Studios’ Alex Pickering, content security director, and James Hurrell, head of content operations and loca... More

Veritone: TV Players Embrace AI, But Slowly

Veritone president Ryan Steelberg surveys the TV industry’s growing adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and sees a lot to be encouraged by: more than half of TV company CEOs... More