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MONITOR RAISES ITS IQ FOR AI-BASED COMPLIANCE MANAGE


Digital Nirvana BY DAVID FOX


Digital Nirvana has released MonitorIQ 8, the latest version of its AI-driven compliance logging and monitoring tool that integrates with its Media Services Portal. The software is now more secure, more resilient, quicker to navigate and includes new streaming technology with lower latency from live video, says the company.


MonitorIQ allows operators to


record, store, monitor, analyse and repurpose content with a minimum of clicks. Natively recording content from any point in the video delivery chain, from production (SDI) to consumption (OTT and STB), MonitorIQ enables


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broadcasters to collect and use knowledge about their broadcast content to meet a wide range of regulatory and compliance requirements. Users can view live or recorded content across hundreds of channels from desktop and mobile devices in any remote location worldwide for instant recall of proof of performance, compliance or ad placement. Hiren Hindocha, CEO, Digital Nirvana, said: “Speed and effi ciency are key to delivering and monitoring content. This is why we chose to speed up all facets of our product. It will allow our users to perform their daily tasks faster and easier. This latest version puts us head and shoulders above our competitors with functionality, speed and reliability.” Also new is MetadataIQ, a metadata automation tool for


AIR CONTROL BREEZES IN FOR LIVE PRODUCTION MANAGE


LiveU BY MICHAEL BURNS


Air Control, a broadcast orchestration cloud-based solution, has been launched by LiveU. It aims to streamline the production workfl ow by connecting the control room, in the fi eld talent and crew, and existing technology infrastructure. It enables broadcast-grade video and audio, powered by LiveU’s


dedicated video and audio protocol LiveU Reliable Transport. Built for broadcasters as a “human-centric” offering, the company claims Air Control enables organisations to better choreograph live production workfl ows and deliver high- quality live programmes of any size while providing the commercial and operational fl exibility to support the rapidly changing industry.


Ronen Artman, VP marketing at LiveU, said: “Air Control’s disruptive concept is poised to transform the control room,


Intelligent upgrade: Digital Nirvana’s MonitorIQ is now faster and more resilient


content producers using the Avid media platform. The scalable software-as-a-service (SaaS) offers off-the-shelf integration with Avid Interplay to automate the end-to- end process of generating speech- to-text and video intelligence metadata for Avid-based assets while automatically submitting media for transcription, captioning and translations from within the existing workfl ow.


Air Control serves as a single collaboration solution for everyone involved in the production


unlocking the potential of the broadcast industry once again as LiveU did 15 years ago. Air Control streamlines and simplifi es the production workfl ow by connecting everyone involved in the production using a single platform. Air Control removes risk and complexity by replacing general-purpose, consumer-based video conferencing solutions with a broadcast-grade orchestration and transmission tool, leveraging LiveU assets and giving production crews a complete solution to manage all of the human elements of a live remote production.” According to LiveU, teams can work with the devices they use daily, while benefi ting from a professional service. “Broadcasters are looking for simplifi cation, fl exibility and innovative tools to accommodate today’s changing media landscape. What they are not willing to compromise on is quality, reliability and a superb customer experience. With Air Control, we are taking this to the next level and revolutionising the live production orchestration space,” added Artman.


MetadataIQ allows operators


to create and ingest different types of metadata – including speech-to-text, facial recognition, OCR, logos and objects, each


with customisable marker durations and colour codes for easy identifi cation – that can be accessed via the Avid MediaCentral environment.


TEAMWORK TOOLS ARE KO:R TO REMOTE WORKING SUCCESS


MANAGE Octopus


Newsroom BY DAVID FOX


KO:R, a new planning and collaboration tool designed to streamline teamwork and increase productivity, has been unveiled by Octopus Newsroom.


The pandemic has emphasised the need for remote teamwork and KO:R aims to secure broadcasting workfl ows by providing tools to seamlessly address this transition and drive remote production. It facilitates organisation and planning by offering users a tool to interact and organise daily and long- term tasks even if they are not physically in the same place.


While this tool was originally designed to meet the demands of broadcasters, KO:R’s Darwinism – as it is portrayed by its developers – allows it to completely adapt to the needs of teams of all types who want to increase effi ciency by improving task management and monitoring. Lukas Kotek, CTO, Octopus


Newsroom, said: “KO:R was created for everyone. The driver for the development of this product was the market need for a customisable planning tool that would adapt to the workfl ows of the organisation, rather than the other way around, where the team needs to modify their habits to make the tool functional.”


Being cloud-based, KO:R enables teams to perform all types of workfl ows remotely.


KO:R can handle remote teamwork and planning in a fl exible way


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