TVN TECH

TVN Tech | Artificial Intelligence Offers Real Benefits

Artificial intelligence continues to help news organizations automate more taxing workflows. AI is making ongoing progress with autoclipping to generate news and sports highlights, metadata tagging and accelerating live research and real time content indexing. It’s also pushing into new fronts like delivering smooth slow motion without a super slow motion camera. Above: AI drives EVS’s new Overcam for offside camera positions during soccer games and reduces the need for camera operators for those locations.

NATPE 2020

Syncbak To Debut OTT Syndication, Monetization Tools At NATPE

Syncbak, a global provider of live local broadcast streaming, announced the integration of adSync, the company’s dynamic ad insertion technology with MarketSync, its OTT syndication marketplace. “Clearly, free ad-supported is the next great wave in OTT,” said Jack Perry, founder of Syncbak. “Now, not only can we pair content providers with a partner station in […]

MediaClass Announces DAIClass Dynamic Ad Insertion For Linear Channels At IBC

MediaClass, a global provider of OTT systems development and supply, says it is finalizing the integration of DAIClass into its end-to-end OTT multiscreen platform. DAIClass is a new capability powering dynamic ad insertion for linear channels. It is powered by Anevia’s DAI-enabled video delivery software. MediaClass presented its latest technology on stand 5.B48F at IBC 2019 in […]

MX1, Nowtilus Team To Power Personalized, Ad-Funded TV

MX1, a global solution provider of media services, announced today a partnership with Nowtilus, a leading provider of ad delivery for targeted dynamic in-stream ad insertion. By working together, the companies are combining Nowtilus’ innovative server-side ad insertion (SSAI) solution with MX1’s global media services for broadcasters, TV networks, and OTT service providers. The companies […]

DVEO Debuts Cloud-Based Content Delivery

TV/OTT equipment supplier DVEO, is now shipping its cloud-based content delivery service model that relies on DVEO licenses for encoding, transcoding, playout, ad insertion, video player, etc. DVEO Video Cloud: On Demand & Live debuts next week in booth SU3306 at the NAB Show in Las Vegas. The new cloud-based model is designed for content delivery by […]

RTL Group Buying Video Tech Company Yospace

RTL Group has signed an agreement to acquire control of the U.K.-based video technology company Yospace. The transaction is expected to close on Feb. 1. Yospace has developed advanced technology for Server-Side Dynamic Ad Insertion (SSDAI) that allows the replacement of existing commercials from a broadcast stream with more targeted, personalized advertising. The Yospace technology […]

Vizrt Powers Localized Virtual Ads In Soccer

The International Champions Cup is a pre-season soccer event featuring some of Europe’s biggest clubs. To utilize the on-field ads that reach fans around the world, Catalyst Media teamed up with Vizrt to insert region-specific virtual cam carpets — tied to field virtual advertisements — for each match. Catalyst Media acquires, creates and develops international […]

NAB SHOW PRODUCTS PREVIEW

On The NAB Exhibit Floor: DVEO

DVEO | Booth SU5624 | www.dveo.com DVEO develops and sells broadcast quality video encoding and streaming products, media servers and ad insertion solutions to leading broadcasters, Telco TV/OTT and cable operators around the world. DVEO will demonstrate its AI-based ad substitution solution, the Ad Substituter IP/25, which is designed for local ad insertion by broadcasters, telco […]

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Starfish Tech Partners With Bridge Digital

NAB SHOW 2017 PRODUCTS PREVIEW

On The NAB Exhibit Floor: Amagi

Amagi | Booth SU12207CM | Website: www.amagi.com  Amagi, a provider of content delivery and monetization platforms for the broadcast industry, will highlight its new cloud-based offerings. The new products and services offer increased operational efficiency, scalability, and cost savings to broadcasters in North America and beyond. NEW Cloud-Based Fully Automated Broadcast Services — Amagi will […]

IBC 2015

Ericsson Buying Envivio In $125M Cash Deal

Ericsson announced it has agreed to acquire Envivio for $4.10 per share, or approximately $125 million. The deal values Envivio, which had revenue and $41.5 million for the year ended Jan. 31,at more than more than double its closing price of $1.90 in yesterday’s trading.

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Hearst Rolls Out Anvato’s Digital Ad Insertion Tech