digital media workflow

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    OTT streaming’s quarantine ascendency continues with a boost from Nielsen

    As streaming has become an increasingly valuable asset across M&E, and proved to be an extremely effective means of distribution, Nielsen’s acknowledgement feels like an official baptism of OTT productions.
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    Introducing Jet APIs

    Now, with the introduction of the Jet APIs, media companies can now go even further to automate processes and integrate Jet into their existing workflows.
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    What Media Operations Trends to Watch For at NAB 2017

    Heading to NAB there’s always anticipation about what trends and technology highlights will emerge. While many conversations are likely to centre on developments and the uptake of VR and AR technology, the continued growth of digital content creation also warrants discussion on how to support complex workflows including the storage, movement and security of large media files.
  • Lasernet Reduces Media Delivery from Days to Minutes with Signiant

    “The ability to quickly and easily move digital media files into and out of South Africa with Signiant has made the country as a whole a more attractive location to shoot feature films. We’ve used Signiant’s software to transfer feature films like Blood Diamond and Free Willy 3 and have been extremely happy with its file acceleration and management features.”
  • NHL Selects Signiant’s Digital Media Distribution Software

    Using Signiant file movement software, the NHL will quickly and easily acquire behind-the-scenes content shot in the field, providing a unique video experience to fans via NHL Network Online, and deliver very timely game highlights to NHL arena Jumbotrons.
  • Broadcast Engineering Names Signiant’s Software as NAB “Pick Hit”

    Broadcast Engineering “Pick Hits” were selected by a panel of independent judges who toured the exhibition floor at NAB Show 2008 for three days, looking for innovative technology. They then met to make their selections based on multiple criteria, including the technical and financial improvements the products can bring to a facility’s operation.
  • BBC News Selects Signiant to Accelerate Digital Media Distribution

    “In an increasingly competitive environment, news broadcasters need to receive breaking stories fast. It is imperative for BBC News to have a reliable content delivery system so that it can be first to receive the news from its reporters or ‘citizen journalists’, whether in one of its offices or in a remote geographical location, and then be able to share those stories across its global network.”
  • Signiant Technology Transport Backbone Integrates with IBM Media Hub Solution Framework

    Acting as a content bus, Signiant allows users to easily and securely share, repurpose and move their digital files to more places in a shorter period of time. This means that distributed teams, business partners and outside vendors can easily share and exchange files regardless of size.