In what’s already been a very busy summer of sport, later this month IPV will join representatives from several leading broadcasters, OTT outlets, sports leagues and teams as the SVG Sports Content Management and Storage Forum tees off in New York for another year.
As the event’s delegates huddle to talk best practices around managing live sports content in the fast-paced sports environment, our own Ewan Johnston will be on site, serving up a demo of the Curator platform. With the ability to log and edit on live content, we’ll be showing how stakeholders from the sports world can give themselves homefield advantage by deploying the right kind of media management workflow.
With the correct system in place, users can log quickly and accurately, improving the quality of metadata and making it easier to find content later. Sports-specific loggers allow users to access just the metadata that’s relevant to the game they’re logging, with constantly updating player rosters. This means editors can quickly produce highlights reels using live sports content, as well finding and monetizing stored assets more easily.
Our demos will take place alongside partners StoreExcel, who we’ve teamed up with on several customer deployments including Kroenke Sports and Entertainment, content creators for Altitude Sports and Entertainment. The group put in place Curator to better manage assets across its multiple sports channels and to deliver sports content to the Pepsi Center in downtown Denver – the home of the Denver Nuggets and Colorado Avalanche.
If you’re making your way to the event, come and say hi – the Sports Content Management and Storage Forum kicks off at The Westin New York at Times Square on Wednesday, July 25.
Or if you’d like to score some more information on how Curator can help your sports-based workflow, get in touch today.
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