AWS Media Blog

Category: Data Science & Analytics for Media

Case study: CineSend grows video streaming business by 1000% with secure content delivery solution built on AWS

CineSend provides secure, cloud-native video storage, encoding, and delivery solutions to customers ranging from major airlines and Hollywood studios to global financial institutions, top colleges, and other enterprises. The company experienced a significant spike in demand for its video streaming services at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, but leveraged AWS to quickly and efficiently […]

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Demonstrating shoppable TV for monetization in sports

This blog was co-authored by Bleuenn Le Goffic, VP Strategy & Business Development at Accedo.tv, and Noor Hassan, Ken Shek, and Alyson Stewart at Amazon Web Services Whether in sports or other types of video content, audience engagement and content monetization are growing topics in the media domain. Content providers seek new ways to attract […]

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AWS IBC 2022 Showcase Theater explores real-world solutions to Media & Entertainment industry challenges

Full-day event highlights how AWS customers are using the cloud to turn possibilities into realities Heading into this year’s International Broadcasters Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is unveiling the speaker line-up for its all-day takeover of the IBC Showcase Theater. The event takes place in the RAI, Hall 12 on Saturday, September […]

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Transformation journeys: Creating and delivering amazing content experiences in the cloud at IBC 2022

As the worldwide demand for content continues to grow, leading broadcasters and content creators are redefining their workflows with the power of the cloud. Visit Amazon Web Services (AWS) on stand 5.C80 at IBC 2022 and join AWS special sessions at the IBC Showcase Theater on Saturday, September 10, where we’ll cover everything from broadcast to […]

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AWS Partner TrackIt uses Amazon OpenSearch service to help Visual Data streamline media delivery

Television studios, movie distributors, and other entertainment companies face significant challenges with data sprawl. There might be multiple storage systems located all over the world that contain elements needed for editorials in order to meet distribution requirements, such as subtitles, language dubs, and curated video for network standards and practices. Individual companies format files differently, […]

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Live content moderation using machine learning

Managing live channels requires humans to monitor streams for unexpected content. It is particularly important to detect harmful content quickly and take appropriate measures for moderation. This guide describes the steps you can take to implement an automatic solution to extract, store, analyze, and sort images from your live channel using cloud services from Amazon […]

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Integrating the Content Localization on AWS solution into your media creation and distribution workflow

Content creators and distributors seeking to deliver video content to worldwide customers have more options than ever before. However, even as tools and services for simplifying the distribution of video streams have become more readily available, the process of localizing content to make it understandable to a worldwide multi-lingual audience remains a challenge for many […]

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AWS is How: The Globe and Mail delivers personalized news content recommendations

In the information age, it seems like there’s an unending amount of digital media online. With millions of forums, blogs, and gossip sites permeating the internet, you want to be certain that the news sources you trust are relevant, reliable, and accurate. Since 1844, The Globe and Mail (The Globe) has covered business, politics, sports, […]

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Actionable video on demand for audience engagement

As viewers shift from passively viewing into actively engaging with content during video playback, content providers can design and build interactive and actionable experiences for their audiences. Actionable video is context-aware and time-specific, allowing the viewer to respond to prompts about a person, place, or object while watching and interacting with video as it plays. […]

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Case study: Second Spectrum reduces Kubernetes hosting costs using AWS load balancing services

Second Spectrum provides artificial intelligence–driven tracking technology to modernize the way people engage with live sports broadcasts, including those of the National Basketball Association (NBA), Major League Soccer (MLS), and the Premier League (EPL). As a startup, Second Spectrum seeks to quickly experiment with new tool offerings and push the most viable ones into production. […]

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