Tedial, an independent media technology solutions specialist, is unveiling its ecosystem of smartPacks at IBC, (Sept. 15-18, RAI Amsterdam, Stand 10.D45). smartPacks provide ready-to-go M&E solutions tailored for distinct media business sectors […]
Tedial, an independent media technology solutions specialist, will debut “an ecosystem” of smartPacks that will empower users with easy-to-use tool sets that quickly deploy Packaged Business Capabilities (PBCs), bringing new business services and […]
Tedial, an independent media technology solutions specialist, has joined the Google Cloud Partner Advantage program as a technology partner giving organizations easy access to different media and entertainment services and applications […]
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.
Tedial, a media technology solutions specialist, says its award-winning smartWork cloud-native, NoCode media integration platform will be at NAB 2023 (April 16-19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center) with a suite of […]
Quality of service (QOS) and quality of experience (QOE) monitoring has been bedeviled by the proliferation of streaming channels, including FAST, and ATSC 3.0, but vendors say they continue to improve an arsenal of tools to help overwhelmed broadcasters keep track. Above, Telestream’s centralized QOE and QOS monitoring management enables automated surveillance of each video transition as well as data aggregation and deep dive analytics, enabling identification of quality issues and their root causes.
In Amsterdam this week, there was plenty of talk about broadcasters’ ongoing transition to IP and the cloud, along with the supply chain issues and labor shortages hampering it, but most people were too grateful to see old friends, colleagues and clients to complain.
Vendors are emphatic that content metadata holds myriad value for broadcasters, increasing video’s findability and searchability, tracking rights and protecting against deepfakes and using AI to make the entire process easier. Above: An example of using machine learning to identify objects in video with correlating time markers. In this way, users can search across video with increasingly sophisticated queries such as “2 Persons + 7 Cars” to show all matches across an entire content library.
Tedial, an independent media technology solutions specialist, is introducing its next-generation, cloud-native, NoCode Media Integration Platform, smartWork to the EMEA M&E market at IBC 2022 (Amsterdam, Sept. 9-12, stand 10.D30). Following the […]
Following the launch of its smartWork Media Integration Platform, Tedial, an independent media technology solutions specialist, is continuing its global expansion with a remodeled business development team to drive business development with […]
Vendors are enriching their quality of service and quality of experience offerings to appeal to broadcasters, for whom sub-par viewing experiences are not an option. Above: Anupama Anantharaman, vice president of product management at Interra Systems, at the 2022 NAB Show with the Orion real-time monitor dashboard for QOS (Photo by Jennifer Pallanich).
Tedial has unveiled its new plugin for MediaCentral | Cloud UX for what it calls “seamless content exchange between Avid MediaCentral and Tedial’s Platforms.” The Tedial Plugin for MediaCentral | Cloud […]
Tedial, an independent media technology solutions specialist, is transforming and redefining media business efficiency and technology approaches with the introduction of smartWork, a unique Media Integration Platform, at NAB 2022 […]
Broadcasters are embracing IP workflows as a “ramp to the cloud” and are still contending with variable costs and concerns over security, latency and interoperability, not to mention the different skills that labor must bring to bear. However, IP workflows can bring benefits like scalability, flexibility and security to broadcasters, such as NBCU Boston (above).
Unlike studios and streamers, U.S. and international broadcasters have been reluctant to embrace the Interoperable Master Format. Their move to UHD programming and gradual operational shift to the cloud may change that.
Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, has tapped two of its own to assume larger roles in the company’s hierarchy as it continues to develop its next-generation Media Integration Platform. […]
MAM technology solutions specialist Tedial is celebrating a major milestone, its 20th anniversary. Since the company first opened its doors in February 2001, Tedial has provided international broadcasters and global […]
Media asset management systems need to become media-centric platforms with easy-to-use integration and configurability tools, adapting and growing as needs and technologies change.
Tedial, an MAM technology solutions specialist, has announced a new version of its Capture Manager scheduling UI. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, global media companies have turned to […]
Artificial intelligence has been touted for several years as a potential tool for cleaning up the metadata in broadcasters’ archives and making old clips more easily retrievable. COVID-19’s role in scuttling much live programming may finally push AI’s value for MAMs into the foreground.
Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, has promoted Manuel Martínez Ruíz to Tedial’s regional sales director, Spain, effective immediately. He is based at the company’s headquarters in Malaga and […]
Exclamations about the IP transition, the cloud and AI were notably muted at this year’s IBC. Vendors say that’s because this year wasn’t about shiny new things, but rather getting to work on implementation.
Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, is launching Smartlive Multi Sport configurations at IBC 2019 (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam) on stand 8.B44. This addition to Tedial’s sports and live […]
Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, has promoted Julian Fernandez-Campon to chief technology officer, effective immediately. In this new role, Fernandez-Campon will be responsible for overseeing R&D, operations and […]
Media asset management systems, some of which interact with the cloud and use artificial intelligence to personalize content, are growing in acceptance among TV broadcasters as they add scaled-down functionality, standardization and microservices.
Tedial | Stand 8.B41| https://www.tedial.com/ Independent MAM technology solutions specialist Tedial is showcasing its cutting-edge live sport solution SMARTLIVE. The solution, which marries artificial intelligence (AI) to an innovative metadata engine […]
Tedial | Stand 8.B41| https://www.tedial.com/ Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, has announced major updates to its Evolution enterprise MAM solution at IBC 2018. The company will showcase its new cutting […]
Tedial | Booth N1420 | http://www.tedial.com/ Tedial is a provider of media (MAM) and content management solutions. Its media IT platform, Tedial Evolution, provides global media companies and broadcasters next-generation […]
Tedial, a MAM technology solutions specialist, today appointed Brian Hamblin as director of media architecture, effective immediately. Hamblin, based in Los Angeles, will be responsible for defining solution guidelines to […]
More and more broadcasters are investing in software-based media asset management systems that use metadata to track a piece of content from ingest through production to playout, then archive it in a way that allows easy future access. Above, a Bitcentral Oasis asset management and archive system at Raycom’s WFXG Augusta, Ga. Click here to access TVNewsCheck’s NAB 2018 Resource Guide listing of MAM and storage vendors and products or here to download it as a PDF.
Julián Fernández-Campón, director of architectural solutions at Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, will share the benefits and considerations of adopting IMF in Media Asset Management Systems with attendees of […]
Grupo Multimedios, a major Mexican media company with interests in television networks, radio, publishing and entertainment, has selected a Tedial Evolution MAM system to consolidate network operations in a streamlined hub […]
Tedial | Stand 8.B41 | Website: http://www.tedial.com/ MAM Distribution— Tedial will continue to highlight its MAM workflow systems for the preparation, management and packaging of distribution, including versioning, OTT, VOD […]
Tedial | Booth N1420 | Website: http://www.tedial.com/ Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist will debut Evolution Augmented Storage, a new concept in storage virtualization systems. Expanding its platform, Tedial introduces Multiverse, a […]
Tedial | Stand 8.B41 | Website: www.tedial.com Tedial provides software-based content and content management business solutions for broadcast and other media organizations. Tedial’s solutions are vendor- and hardware-independent, releasing customers […]
Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, sold its Tarsys enterprise MAM system to Indian public service broadcaster, Doordarshan. The Tedial system, installed at Doordarshan’s Kolkata facility provides its operators […]
Tedial | Booth N1937 | Website: http://www.tedial.com/ Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, will introduce Tedial Evolution, an enhanced version of its Media IT platform, at NAB 2015. Tedial […]
Tedial, an independent MAM technology solutions specialist, has expanded its state-of-the-art MAM offering at Oman TV. The expansion at the broadcaster’s HD digital studio facility has enabled the launch of […]
At IBC in Amsterdam, Tedial unveiled its new Media Exchange Platform (MEP. The multi-screen explosion means that broadcasters and telcos are faced with an unprecedented — and often unpredictable — […]