Wazee Digital signed an expanded short-form footage licensing deal with Discovery Communications, a nonfiction media company. Wazee Digital specializes in cloud-based storage, access and licensing for enterprise-scale video libraries. Its technology platform and services helps media owners to generate new value from their content.
DENVER, September 10, 2013—Wazee Digital, Inc. (formerly Thought Equity Motion), a leading provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services, announced today an expanded agreement with Discovery Communications, the world’s number one nonfiction media company, to operate DiscoveryAccess.com—which houses more than 25 years of stock footage from Discovery’s 28 entertainment networks and multiplatform media brands—and distribute the footage via Wazee Digital’s expansive library.
Wazee Digital has integrated its cloud-based T3 Library Manager content management solution with Amazon Web Services (AWS), so that common clients can seamlessly connect to their Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier accounts. Mark Lemmons, Wazee Digital’s CTO, explained to me that the company’s content provider clients gain a new level of scale and control over their storage and compute resources with the Amazon integration.
DENVER, Sept. 9, 2013—Wazee Digital, Inc. (formerly Thought Equity Motion)—a leading provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services—announced today that it has added the ability for T3 Library Manager, its digital content management solution, to connect with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and Amazon Glacier user accounts within Amazon Web Services (AWS).
DENVER, Aug. 21, 2013—Wazee Digital, Inc. (formerly Thought Equity Motion)—a leading provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services—announced today that it has partnered with the Prasad Group to provide content owners worldwide with best-in-class film scanning up to 4K, preservation, restoration and access services.
DENVER, Aug. 20, 2013—Wazee Digital, Inc. (formerly Thought Equity Motion), a leading provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services, has signed a footage licensing agreement with the PGA TOUR. Wazee Digital will market, administer, and license the PGA TOUR Archive, which includes historic and current footage from the PGA TOUR, some of which was shot in 4K.
The 1966 N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament was a pre-March Madness event. Only 22 teams were in it. The tournament was not carried by a major network, let alone the four that televise it now. But it remains a landmark event because Texas Western started five black players against Adolph Rupp’s all-white Kentucky in the championship game and won, 72-65.