The Washington Post’s Arc Publishing tools have become a guide for digital first media companies, from college papers to major broadcasters.
Pac-12 Networks is one of the largest sports broadcasters in the US. The college media organisation recently switched its entire infrastructure
to the cloud.
Kayo wants to be the ‘Netflix of sports’ for Australia. AWS helped build that dream.
We look at how live editing platform, Wildmoka, uses the cloud and AI to design powerful solutions for creating and publishing clips across digital platforms
The ability to create a new channel within minutes rather than months remains a pipe dream, but Telestream might have found the answer with Telestream Orchid.
Sony’s cloud-based newsroom tools are empowering the fight for factuality.
The great benefit of targeted advertising is the ability to offer the viewer something that is going to be attuned to his or her interests. Cloud-based technologies are enabling better …
Cloud is becoming a viable and reliable path for live broadcast.
Milk VFX used cloud rendering services from AWS to create some awesome water effects for the survival thriller Adrift.
Frankly Media is using AWS Elemental to create an entire channel management system in the cloud.