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The introduction of new technology can bring a combination of benefits and challenges for both manufacturers and customers. For instance, the shift towards digital-file based systems has sped up processes, multiplied creative options for production tools, and enabled collaborative workflows that would not have been achieved with film or tape. Even though broadcasters now have the ability to capture more media than ever before, this movement has brought new challenges to storage and asset management retrieval.
While keeping warm in Miami at NATPE this week, we thought we'd share a quick interview with Wayne Scholes, CEO and Chairman of Red Touch Media. He is a panelist on the Platforms Accelerated track at NATPE, titled "Let’s Make a Deal: Trading Premium Content for User Data," a topic he can delve into deeply, in addition to talking about his insight/outlook on the digital content industry.Get insight on the entertainment and technology industries, recent content distribution deals & more.
Entertaining Safety: The Entertainment Technology Professional’s Guide to Insurance and Risk Management is a comprehensive reference guide that covers the intricacies of insurance policies and general occupational safety, tailored specifically to the needs of entertainment technology/production pros. Entertaining Safety will help even veteran business owners familiar with insurance understand the finer points of protecting their businesses, employees, and the people who enjoy the events their organizations help bring to life. In a nutshell, it will provide production pros with the roadmap to help achieve three major objectives in risk management.
The growth of digital assets has been phenomenal and the importance of storing, accessing, distributing, repurposing and monetizing those assets is increasing with each passing month. Few businesses remain untouched - consequently good digital asset management contributes directly to the bottom line.
Storytelling is a major part of the entertainment business, and movie production relies heavily on marketing and media that tells captivating stories to promote movies and other mediums. For success in this industry, it’s essential that professionals develop storytelling skills that effectively engage and capture audiences.
The last decade’s “democratization of filmmaking” is a truly wonderful thing. It has enabled more people to create via a lower barrier of entry, resulting in multimedia experiences that would never have seen the light of day several years earlier.
COPA90 is the largest independent football media business in the world, reaching over 100 million people across a multitude of online platforms and social media channels. With a unique brand of fan-centric content, COPA90 has become the hub for a global football-obsessed youth culture that is driving the exploding popularity of the sport. According to the Nielsen World Football Report released just before the 2018 World Cup in Russia, “the global reach of football, or soccer, is unequalled among sports in terms of value to media and sponsors.”
Flash memory is finding increased use in client and enterprise applications because of its higher performance compared to hard disk drives. As the $/GB price of flash memory declines these applications are increasing. For professional media and entertainment projects dealing with higher resolution and higher dynamic range workflows, performance matters. We will look at developments in flash memory in digital media content capture and creation, post production, content distribution and even in archiving.
“Well, this looks like things are getting worse,” Definition 6’s Manhattan-based chief engineer, Luis Albritton, recalled nearly a year later. Like almost everyone worldwide, Definition 6, a digital and creative services company with offices split between New York and Atlanta, was staring into the reality of a widespread pandemic shutdown. The future of their enterprise relied on their teams being able to keep working.
In June, Signiant highlighted the pandemic's effects on ENVY Post Production's workflows and Signiant's role in helping navigate them. Technical operations director, Jai Cave, explained, “We successfully moved an entire facility fully remote from offline to finishing post in a matter of weeks, so we have been able to deliver on our projects without disruption.”