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Category: Case Study

Predict plays in real time with the AutoZone Liberty Bowl Pick ‘Em Live App powered by Your Call tech on AWS

Powered by Your Call technology, the AutoZone Liberty Bowl Pick ‘Em Live App enables fans to predict live plays and win prizes during the AutoZone Liberty Bowl game on December 31. The app is available now via the App Store and Google Play. Your Call, Inc., puts fans in control of live games, transforming spectator sports into interactive, social, […]

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Disney makes its archive accessible using deep learning built on AWS

Courtesy of Disney From over a century of drawings and concept work to live action and animated video content, Disney wants to not only preserve its archive, but also make it easily searchable for its writers and illustrators who may need it for reference or inspiration. The key to surfacing the right content at the […]

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How the Golden Globes ensures 100% site uptime for its biggest days thanks to APN Partner Metal Toad

For high-profile events like award shows, sports, or breaking news, broadcasters and rights holders cannot afford any downtime when all eyes are watching. Around the world, these companies trust AWS when it matters most because of our experience with some of the most high-profile events, including the Super Bowl, the Olympics, the World Cup, the IPL […]

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Kayo Sports builds real-time view of the customer on AWS

Kayo Sports is Australia’s dedicated multi-sports streaming service offering more than 50 live and on-demand sports streamed instantly. Kayo Sports was looking to create a unified database integrating internal and external sources of data, including customer behavior, preferences, profile information, and other interactions to provide a better experience across customer touchpoints. The company decided to […]

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This is my architecture videos in one place

Want an in-depth look at how the most innovative media companies are solving tough problems? Click here to check out all M&E-related This is My Architecture videos From advertising and streaming analytics, to rendering in the cloud, to broadcast playout, and everything in between, hear from AWS M&E subject matter experts and customers about how […]

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Your Call Football delivers real time, interactive sports experience with Mission and AWS

Your Call Football offers a wholly unique football experience where fans get to call plays in real time, then see them run on the field by real players. Given the inherent nature of the application, Your Call Football needed an infrastructure that could handle bursts of traffic from 100,000 concurrent users during the three hours each […]

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In the news: Fox Sports uses AWS S3 to enable remote production for FIFA Women’s World Cup

FOX Sports was looking to create captivating program elements, such as promos, player profiles, replay clips, and B-roll packages, while matches progressed in Paris for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, without ever having to leave its familiar, well-equipped “Pico” facility home base, in Los Angeles, CA. From Sports Video Group News, read how Fox […]

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In the news: Hotstar sets new global record for live viewership

Indian streaming giant Hotstar broke the global record for simultaneous streaming viewers this past weekend with 18.6 million users watching the finals of the Indian Premier League cricket tournament. Read TechCrunch’s coverage here. To learn more about AWS services used for Hotstar’s streaming architecture, check out: Saving Millions : Leveraging EC2 Spots at Scale by Gaurav […]

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[Updated May 17] Registration open for the AWS M&E symposium in Los Angeles – June 18

Registration is now open for AWS’s biggest Media & Entertainment event of the year – the AWS M&E Symposium in Los Angeles – held at the Skirball Center in LA on June 18. AWS customers, including Netflix, the NFL, CBS, and Hallmark, will walk through some bleeding-edge use cases including integration of artificial intelligence and […]

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