Broadcasters continue to turn to artificial intelligence for help with a widening array of tasks heavy on manual process from surfacing trending topics and content to generating transcriptions, tagging with metadata, offering facial and object recognition and offering help with clips, rights management and moderation.
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.
X.news information technology is collaborating with Axle AI, a provider of AI‐driven media management software for media teams, to integrate X.news, its research tool for the web, social media and […]
Social media platforms are fast evolving, and newsrooms that have come to rely on them are turning to new tools to keep up. From more granular analytics to better tools for incorporating social content into stories, newsrooms — and the vendors they work with on social — are moving along a sharp learning curve.
Artificial intelligence in news is evolving beyond metadata tags. It can now help news organizations find and monetize content, generate silent videos and highlights reels and even predict trending news, and ABC News and the CBC are among the broadcasters experimenting with its capabilities.
A2, CNN’s exclusive affiliate channel in Albany, N.Y. (DMA 59), is using x.news as its new newsroom research tool through its service provider partner Tera Adria . Previously, when A2 […]
Masstech & x.news | Stands 7.C55 & 1.C27| https://masstech.com/ Masstech announced its collaboration with x.news information technology to provide x.news users full visibility into both video and text sent by […]
Ross Video has partnered with x.news to integrate their research and intelligence tools into Inception News, Ross’ browser-based newsroom content and editorial system that places social media integration right into the center of […]