Recent Posts tagged with Sports Content Management Forum

Sports Content Management Forum: On-Prem vs. Cloud — Is It a Competition?

Sports leagues, broadcasters, and content producers of all sizes are challenged with The Big Archive Question: Where do I store my stuff? We explore cloud providers who offer multiple archive tiers, various retrieval models, and aggressive pricing models, comparing them with on-premises tape and disc solutions that scale. Although data tape continues to be a […]  More

Sports Content Management Forum: Arizona Coyotes Score a Hat Trick with Sony’s Intelligent Media Services

In late 2018, the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes enlisted several of Sony’s Intelligent Media Services including Ci Media Cloud, NavigatorX and MEMNON to help transform their digital workflows. Traditionally, the Coyotes worked without a centralized asset management solution, storing content on various internal and external HDD’s on-premise. At the Sports Content Management Forum, Robert Gilkes, project […]  More

Sports Content Management Forum: The Challenge of High-Capacity Archive Storage

High-capacity archive storage was the focus of a panel of industry leaders at the 2019 SVG Sports Content Management Forum, held in New York City. Among the topics were the impact of data tape, SSD, NVME, and advances in disk-drive density on the storage platform for large-scale archiving over the past year, along with cloud-based […]  More

Sports Content Management Forum: Addressing Obstacles in Data Science and AI Adoption

Today’s organizations are excited about the potential for machine learning and applied data science. While the organizational change this brings with it may be daunting, there’s material value in identifying point solutions, and demonstrating value out of the gate. At the Sports Content Management Forum, Xena Ugrinsky, partner, applied data science, Genre-X Consulting dissects how […]  More

Sports Content Management Forum: NASCAR Revs Up Cloud and AI Workflows With AWS

Earlier this year, NASCAR enlisted AWS as its standard for cloud-based machine learning and artificial intelligence workloads. NASCAR is now using AWS technologies to build cloud-based services and automate processes, as well as migrating its 18-petabyte video archive to AWS. By using AWS’s services, including Amazon Rekognition intelligent image and video analysis applications, NASCAR expects […]  More

SCM Forum: YES Network’s Jason Marshall on Migrating to an All-Virtual Facility

In 2018, YES Network — which owns the exclusive local-TV rights to the 27-time World Champion New York Yankees, the Brooklyn Nets, and Major League Soccer’s New York City FC — successfully migrated its entire plant to a virtual environment. At the 2019 SVG Sports Content Management Forum, our Director of Digital Brandon Costa caught […]  More

Sports Content Management Forum: St. Louis Blues’ Eric Siders on Navigating the MAM Waters of a Stanley Cup Championship

For any professional athlete, winning a championship is a season’s ultimate goal. For content-storage professionals, grabbing the sport’s biggest prize could be a double-edged sword. When the St. Louis Blues lifted the franchise’s first Stanley Cup after defeating the Boston Bruins last month, a boatload of content started pouring into the team’s media servers from […]  More

Sports Content Management Forum: MLB Network’s Tab Butler Describes the Event’s Effect on the Storage Industry

In an age of linear broadcasts, digital streaming outlets, social-media platforms, and the unrelenting thirst for content, the need for easy callback and retrieval of archival footage and categorization of all media assets is paramount. With machine-learning techniques like artificial intelligence entering the fray, the future of media storage will be marked by complexity. At […]  More

Sports Content Management Forum Covers Current State of MAM, Looks Ahead to Next-Gen Technologies

More than 300 media-asset–management (MAM) leaders from major broadcasters, leagues, teams, OTT outlets, and vendors convened this week at the Westin New York at Times Square to share first-hand perspectives and behind-the-curtain looks at their respective workflows. The day-long Sports Content Management Forum covered a wide range of pressing topics, from the current state of […]  More

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