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Sports Content Management Forum: At-Home Workflows, Venue Connectivity Changes the MAM Game
By Brandon Costa, Director of Digital
In this ultra-fractured era of media where live events are met with distribution across linear and digital properties, and content is being shared at lightning speed, the task of a broadcast entity or a sports league to ingest, archive, share, grant proper access to, and apply metadata is more complex than it has ever been.
Sports Content Management: Inside AI and Machine Learning Developments
By Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director
Artificial Intelligence and machine learning are one of the hot topics in the industry and for those involved in storing content the potential for the technology has led to some sexy projects. Automated cutting of highlights, pattern and facial recognition to automate logging, and plenty of other applications have made headlines. But questions remain and all of the work is still very much in its infancy.
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Irish Rightsholder Eir Sport Reveals Coverage Plans for Rugby World Cup
By Philip Stevens, SVG Europe
As the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan edges closer and close, SVG Europe gets the inside track on coverage and production plans from Irish rights holder Eir Sport. All 48 games will be live on Eir Sport along with support programming throughout the tournament.
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FIFA Films Takes Control of Its Destiny With Live, Archive Footage at the 2019 Women’s World Cup
By Heather McLean, SVG Europe
At the beginning of 2019, FIFA Films brought its content archive in-house. This archive is the stuff of legend, containing content from as far back as 1930, the year of the first FIFA World Cup in Uruguay. This is all part of FIFA’s TV strategy to take control of its vast assets and grow value accordingly. Now that FIFA Films is in control of its entire archive, it intends to make a lot of fantastic content using it. With the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 at its end, FIFA Films is set to get stuck into its archive footage, working with a number of leading sports production partners, to create content that will be published across as yet undisclosed platforms.
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Sports Content Management Forum: St. Louis Blues' Eric Siders on Navigating the MAM Waters of a Stanley Cup Championship
By Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor
For any storage professional, grabbing hold of the sport's biggest prize could be a double-edged sword. St. Louis Blues' Eric Siders chatted with SVG's Kristian Hernandez about how the MAM team corralled the data of a Stanley Cup win, how archival footage told the story of their run, and how CatDV played a big role.
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