AWS for M&E Blog

Category: Industries

Getting started with the workflow monitor for AWS Media Services

Introduction One common feature request from customers using AWS Media Services is the ability to visualize and monitor live video workflows. To address this, Amazon Web Services (AWS) introduced the workflow monitor for AWS Media Services and Amazon CloudFront. The workflow monitor provides a visual representation of services and connectivity in a video workload. In addition, the […]

Live shopping platform Voggt reduces live stream latency with Amazon IVS

Online marketplace Voggt is on a mission to make shopping more fun. More than one million users across Europe use the mobile-first application, which combines live video and ecommerce to buy and sell goods through interactive, community-driven experiences. To take its offering to the next level, Voggt integrated Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS), a […]

Streamline ad monetization with Prebid Server Deployment on AWS

Today, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announces the general availability of Prebid Server Deployment on AWS. This new solution empowers AWS customers to monetize their content with programmatic advertising at scale across web, mobile, connected TV, gaming, and other properties by quickly and easily deploying Prebid Server, an open-source solution for real-time ad monetization, in their […]

Advertising Week Europe 2024: Navigating the new media landscape

Media and entertainment (M&E) companies have experienced rapid change in recent years, driven by the accelerated adoption of new viewing platforms, changing consumer behavior, and evolving business models. M&E organizations recognize the need for data-driven advertising and increasingly focus on monetizing content while containing costs. At the same time, the more things change, the more […]

Managing media access in a content lake using Shot Locker

Hollywood studios are rapidly adopting cloud-based content production workflows to realize benefits such as scalability, security, and cost savings available with the cloud. However, a major challenge for content producers is allowing secure, controlled access to production media to third-party vendors, such as VFX houses and color grading teams. Shot Locker is an example web […]

The AWS Cannes Lions 2024 attendee guide

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity brings together thousands of advertising, marketing, and media and entertainment (M&E) professionals from around the world. This year, the event kicks off on June 17. Amazon returns to Cannes Lions with a new look for the Amazon Port: “A’Maison: The House of Amazon”, which draws inspiration from the […]

Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment gains an edge with an assist from AWS

This blog is co-authored by William Reyes, Data Engineer, MLSE, Sport Performance Lab. How MLSE developed a cloud-based rapid prototyping solution to reduce time-to-insight In the dynamic world of professional sports, analytics and data-driven decision-making offer competitive advantage to sports teams and leagues. New avenues for competitive advantage have emerged as the varieties of performance […]

AWS Direct-to-Consumer & Streaming Showcase at NAB Show 2024

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) for Media & Entertainment Direct-to-Consumer & Streaming solution area provides services and solutions to help media and entertainment (M&E) companies prepare, deliver, personalize, and monetize their content across multiple platforms and channels and to enable rich customer experiences with live, linear, and on-demand content. At the 2024 NAB Show in […]

AWS brings generative AI to the FORMULA 1 AWS GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2024

This year, Amazon Web Services (AWS) debuts the first-ever generative AI-inspired trophy at the FORMULA 1 AWS GRAND PRIX DU CANADA 2024 June 7 – 9 in Montreal, Canada. AWS designers and marketers collaborated with FORMULA 1 (F1) and the AWS Generative AI Innovation Center to explore trophy designs that capture the elegance of F1 […]

How GoPro optimized its media transcoding pipeline at scale with Amazon EC2 Spot Instances

This blog was co-authored by Vlad-Alexandru Voinea, DevOps Engineer at GoPro, and Zaven Boni, DevOps Manager at GoPro. GoPro helps the world capture and share imagery in immersive and exciting ways. Since its founding in 2002, the brand has produced versatile cameras and software tools to help its customers get the most value and enjoyment […]