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Monday, October 1 • 13:30 - 14:00
The model of application-oriented audiovisual content aggregation and product service

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Shanghai Audio-Visual Archives has accumulated a large number of radio and television programs and materials for many years. It has built a whole-process digital media asset management system and provided an online content search and service. In addition to the efficient storage management of these audio-visual archives, we have never stopped research on how to make the audio-visual files more in line with the needs of the users. With the integration of traditional TV media with new media as well as the actual demands on audio-visual archives by culture and education, it has more practical value and social significance to realize the integration and development of audio-visual archives in all directions.
At present, Shanghai Audio-Visual Archives has been exploring an interactive platform to provide audio-visual content services for different users and groups. According to their demands, we are promoting a theme-oriented and knowledgeable management model of audio-visual content with the help artificial intelligence (AI) and other techniques. We are trying to disassemble and combine the mass audio and video materials, carry on the content aggregation with applied requirements as well as provide the content product service with all its variety, thus we can really create new values for historical audio-visual archives.

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Maximus Magwaza

Account Manager, Jasco Broadcast Solutions

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Wang Yi

Shanghai Audio-Visual Archives, Shanghai Media Group
Wang Yi has worked in the copyright asset center of SMG as researcher for 9 years. During the working time, she excellently completed many basic tasks including providing the services for the editors, collecting and cataloging the daily news. Besides, she also took part in many important... Read More →

Monday October 1, 2018 13:30 - 14:00 GMT
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