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Lindy Anderson

Author: Lindy Anderson

Lindy Anderson is a Senior Industry Marketing Manager - M&E, part of her focus is to help customers tell stories about their innovative projects using AWS services.

[Updated 11/23] AWS for M&E Demo Showcase

With the announcement that the in-person IBC 2021 event is canceled, AWS will hold an AWS for M&E Demo Showcase December 6 – 10, 2021. The showcase features demonstrations to help companies reinvent how they create content, optimize media supply chains, and compete for audience attention across streaming, broadcast, and direct-to-consumer platforms. AWS for M&E […]

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Tonal introduces live, data-driven strength training classes with Amazon IVS

  Home workout trends have evolved alongside technology, from videos on tape to streamed sessions incorporating biometrics monitoring. Developed with a data-centric approach to fitness, users refer to Tonal as the world’s smartest home gym and personal trainer for good reason. The company is reimagining the modern at-home workout experience by offering strength training via […]

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[Updated 11/17] Your guide to media and entertainment at re:Invent 2021

The entire AWS Media & Entertainment (M&E) team welcomes you to celebrate 10 years of AWS re:Invent this year. We’re back in Las Vegas (and virtually) with an exciting program planned with five keynotes, more than 20 leadership sessions, and over 1,200 breakout and interactive sessions from November 29 through December 3, 2021. Plus, stop […]

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Case Study: Peach increases security while still reducing blocked traffic

Peach, a European-based digital advertising company, distributes and delivers high-quality digital ads to broadcasters and the online video industry worldwide. The advertising distribution company initially thought its security risk was low, but when it discovered that it was the target of phishing and denial-of-service attacks, they turned to AWS for a solution. Using an AWS […]

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Case Study: BurdaForward prevents overprovisioning and delivers cost transparency on AWS

Digital publisher BurdaForward, an arm of Hubert Burda Media, is an online publisher with 800 employees and locations in eight German cities. Its brands include the Focus Online News portal, Digital Tech Site Chip.de, Lifestyle Magazine Bunte.de and many others, reaching more than 21 million unique users each month. BurdaForward sought to update its infrastructure […]

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Case Study: Discovery cuts playout cost by 61% and accelerates growth and innovation on AWS

Discovery, a global media company that delivers more than 8,000 hours of original programming in nearly 50 languages to 220 countries and territories each year, needed to innovate its playout system infrastructure. The cost and time required to upkeep the company’s on-premises software made it difficult to grow and innovate. Discovery reduced its on-premises server […]

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GEVME Live enables memorable interactive events on AWS

In 2015 GlobalSign.in, an event technology company, developed GEVME, a technology platform providing end-to-end solutions for managing virtual, face-to-face, or hybrid meetings and conferences. With in-person meetings and conferences canceled in 2020, the company wanted to build on its existing platform to offer fully customizable digital venues with a focus on immersive and engaging experiences. […]

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Case Study: Using AWS Snowcone, Deluxe enables same day global theater delivery

Deluxe is a video creation and distribution company offering global, end-to-end services and technology for the media and entertainment industry since 1915. The world’s leading content creators, broadcasters, OTTs, and distributors rely on Deluxe’s experience and expertise to create, transform, localize, and distribute content – anytime, anywhere. Read the blog post, or watch the following […]

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How to: Use Amazon Transcribe and Amazon Kendra to make your media files searchable

Amazon Machine Learning services help you find answers and extract valuable insights from the content of your audio, video, and text files. The ability to extract data from various types of media is becoming even more important as customer demand for content of all types grows and organizations use different content types to engage with […]

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Watch on-demand: AWS for Media & Entertainment Virtual Symposium

Watch the AWS for Media & Entertainment Virtual Symposium on-demand to hear from AWS experts and partners about the latest services, solutions, and innovations for media and entertainment. Learn about the trends and technologies that are changing the way media is created, delivered, and experienced. Review the sessions below and register to hear about industry […]

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