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Media Supply Chain Solutions: What Should You Look For?

While the media supply chain needn’t be overly complex, it isn’t always as simple as some companies’ marketing would suggest. Every day media companies manage a great deal of variety and inconsistency, as well as numerous exceptions. But with the knowledge and tools to accommodate those factors and process variable content, a company can make its media supply chain hum. We've compiled a list of 10 things you should look for when evaluating a media supply chain solution.
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SDVI Demonstrates The Rally Media Supply Chain Platform At NAB 2023

What we expect to see this NAB

For NAB Show 2024, we asked SDVI sales leadership about their expectations for the show: Simon Adler, senior vice president for North America and Alex Emmermann, vice president of business development offer a look ahead at what attendees will see on the SDVI booth (W2313), as well as the trends and technologies likely to be big this year.
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Optimizing Media Operations: Streamlining Localization Within Your Supply Chain

For most media companies, adapting content for wide, cross-cultural consumption is the most expensive and time-consuming part of media operations. Luckily, many of the required tasks can be automated and executed on cloud-based infrastructure. Here, we take a look at the subtitling and dubbing workflows as implemented by a major European broadcaster using the Rally platform.
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Completeing Edit Tasks

Optimizing Media Operations: Integrating Edit Into the Supply Chain

When something isn’t quite right with a piece of media and a manual edit is needed, using Adobe Premiere Pro to complete edit tasks has meant bringing the content to a local workstation, then rendering the new asset in the cloud again for the supply chain to continue. What if there were no movement of content to local workstations for any type of edit? We now have a solution for that.
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Dotted Line Weaving Between A Row Of Circles With Icons Representing Functions In The Media Supply Chain

Direct, Predict, and Transform

VP of EMEA Tom Donoghue shares his perspective, that M&E is on the brink of another seismic change in media supply chain management. Donoghue says media companies will go from managing to directing, from reacting to predicting, and from improving to transforming their business.
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