DPG Media, leading media group in Belgium, Netherlands’ largest media company with a significant presence in Denmark, has transitioned to the AI-based Intelligent Monitoring Platform from Actus Digital for regulatory compliance recording/monitoring and ad […]
AI is transforming broadcast compliance, and the right tool provides essential added features through automatic speech recognition. Broadcasters can leverage this technology to gain actionable insights and automate content indexation, increasing their reach and creating new monetization strategies.
Broadcasting has been transformed by a raft of technological innovation, notably AI, streaming, automation and personalization. As Erik Otto, chief executive of compliance monitoring specialist Mediaproxy, explains, 2023 could be when everything begins to connect, paving the way for a fully interactive broadcast future.
Armed with automation facility, AI and a move to the cloud, compliance monitoring has moved far beyond baseline capabilities and into content repurposing and ad monitoring, among other features. Next up is more audience data via ATSC 3.0 and readying to meet forthcoming OTT compliance needs. Pictured: Nexstar uses the Clip Factory feature of its Actus QA/Compliance system to clip original content back to broadcast.
Compliance logging, multiviewer and quality assurance — for both over-the-air and OTT — can be accomplished on the same affordable platform. Media companies are expanding their monitoring systems to handle both OTA and OTT to ensure the quality and compliance of content, protect the broadcaster’s brand reputation, and to stay ahead of the curve in the rapidly changing media landscape.
Modern technology has extended the reach of monitoring beyond the master control room (MCR) backwards into other parts of the broadcast center and forwards into the further distribution chain. It has also enabled monitoring by exception, allowing operators to only scrutinize video or audio feeds if a problem has been detected and requires human intervention.
In a post-Volicon era, monitoring and compliance tools have gone beyond just making sure content meets regulatory requirements, moving into new broadcast environments and rolling out features designed to ease workflows. Above: Vela’s Encompass product showing both channel and transport stream analysis to help ensure quality of service.
Viewers can be unforgiving when it comes to the quality of their video viewing experience, whether it’s OTA or OTT, though the latter presents more complicated challenges for monitoring vendors. They’re responding with an array of technologies to keep viewers from clicking away. Above: The Weather Channel was an early adopter of OTT and OTT monitoring, pictured here using an Actus OTT quality assurance solution.
Actus Digital, a provider of compliance monitoring and QA logging solutions, has hired Ken Rubin as senior vice president for the Americas. “Ken’s unparalleled combination of technical expertise, industry experience, […]
Actus Digital’s compliance system is an essential tool for customers enabling media companies to monitor content while working remotely. We are one of the only vendors that offer a unified solution for compliance, monitoring, quality assurance, video analysis, advanced clips creation for social, OTT monitoring, multiviewer capabilities, automatic clipping, keywords alerts, speech-to-text, configuration changes, and ads detection — all remotely.
In its post-Volicon period, compliance monitoring companies vying to fill the void are expanding their offerings; tapping artificial intelligence for automation and cloud-based methods; and building more versatile tools. Above, TAG Video recently received certification to monitor Dolby Atmos.
Vela, a provider of compliance monitoring and smart logging solutions, will unveil version 6.5 of Vela Luna and Encompass at NAB Show New York, held at the Javits Center on […]
Vela, a provider of compliance monitoring and smart logging solutions, today said that an agreement was reached last week at IBC 2019 with Videodata, a Brazilian broadcast-technology System Integrator, making Videodata […]