31 ene. 2018 -
Johan Vanmarcke, Managing Director MEDIAGENIX Asia in the Jan/Feb issue of APB (page 14-15, A media lifecycle landscape mapped within BI and MAM sytems): “(...) Media companies differentiate themselves by providing content that their consumers want to consume. To do this, they must have a better understanding of their customer, and develop a customer profile resulting in improved personalisation of…
18 ene. 2018 -
OTT viewing is on the rise, that much was clear at CABSAT 2018 in Dubai. Not only the traditional broadcasters with linear channels found their way to MEDIAGENIX. Attracted by the extensive OTT functionality in WHATS’ON and the increasing number of OTT customers in the MEDIAGENIX portfolio, ever more OTT players call on us in search of a fully fledged…
Automation rules in Media Management
22 nov. 2017 -
How to enjoy more automation when scheduling the same content in multiple formats for different channels, platforms and territories? On 22 November, WHATS’ON users from Germany, the UK, the Netherlands and Belgium came to the MEDIAGENIX HQ in Brussels to attend our Master Class on Media Management in WHATS’ON. Among many other features, this module offers the option to work with predefined segmentations or to segment automatically based on the need of every individual transmission.
The module supports any number of video, audio and subtitling components, all time coded in sync. This meets the needs for more automation when scheduling the same content in multiple formats with different audio and subtitling on different channels or countries. Any complexity is hidden from the user thanks to extensive configuration possibilities.
WHATS’ON Academy on VOD/Linear toolset
26 oct. 2017 -
Wednesday 25 October saw a good turnout at WHATS’ON Academy, with broadcasters from Belgium, Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands and the UK attending our master class on LAVA (Linear and VOD Alignment). As on-demand services and linear broadcasting will dovetail in today's content-centric media world, everyone is eager to learn the ropes of the single toolset for planning content on both VOD and linear delivery platforms.
TV Everywhere addresses demand for more personalised viewing experience In some of the most developed and connected countries in the world, there are probably more mobile devices than TV sets in a household. And as viewers continue to embrace multiple devices for content consumption, how does the concept of TV Everywhere enable broadcasters to deliver their content from screen…
15 sep. 2017 -
IBC Daily, September 2017 VOD and linear scheduling dovetail in WHATS’ON The broadcast management system WHATS’ON is being shown, operating as a single tool that can be used for scheduling both VOD and linear content at the same time. The MEDIAGENIX-developed platform consists of fully integrated modules that manage the flow of content from concept to delivery. The ability…
VOD or Linear? Use the same toolset. At our IBC stand 3.C59 (hall 3) in Amsterdam we will show you how to optimise your content life cycle and get the best value in this content-centric era. This era is about generating added value throughout the content’s lifecycle. This business is no longer about filling linear channels with content, no longer…
30 jul. 2017 -
The broadcasting business is in constant evolution. It is no longer about filling linear channels with content, no longer about offering as many titles as possible on VOD services. It is about generating added value throughout the content’s lifecycle. Michel Beke, SVP Product Strategy at MEDIAGENIX, explores. Not more than a decade ago, pressure was on the single-channel broadcasters to…
26 jun. 2017 -
To store and reuse multiple VOD video files in the MAM, or to create the video files every time they are needed? With VOD business models, that is the classic dilemma between storage space and processing power. How to find the right balance and optimize infrastructure costs? Material management for a VOD service is significantly different from managing material for…
11 jun. 2017 -
Scientists call it the Paradox of Choice: more choice can make the experience less pleasing and even unpleasing. If you know what you want to watch, you whizz through the application of your favourite VOD service and watch content that just hits the spot. But deciding for the entire family is a more daunting task. And let's be honest, sometimes…