DENVER— June 27, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that it is now part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Public Sector Partner Program (PSP). AWS PSP recognizes partners with solutions and experience in helping government, education, and nonprofit organizations around the world achieve their missions. Media organizations in the public sector can now be assured that Wazee Digital’s media services are compatible with AWS.
SVG sat down with Mike Arthur, VP, sports and live events, to discuss Wazee Digital’s evolution, where he sees the industry headed, and how the company can help content owners manage and distribute the approaching flood of original sports content [...]
CBS News and Wazee Digital, a provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services, have renewed their long-standing agreement under which Wazee Digital will continue to manage and represent CBS News’ valuable archives for licensing distribution [...]
Advanced Metadata Unlocks the Value of a Video Library
DENVER — April 18, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that USA Swimming is using Wazee Digital Core as a central content repository and licensing portal. The governing body’s engagement with Wazee Digital makes its content management process more efficient, simplifies licensing, and streamlines fulfillment of content requests for better monetization [...]
The two follow-up questions I’ve been asked my entire life: “Is that a family name?”, and “Is your dad in the military?” See, my first name sounds somewhat normal but always needs repeating. Multiple times, and usually followed with a “sounds like” clue. The military question comes up after people learn that in 10th grade I was starting my 11th school. By that time, I had lived in four different states and 12 different houses[...]
DENVER — March 30, 2017 — CBS News and Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services, today announced the renewal of their long-standing agreement in which Wazee Digital will continue to manage and represent CBS News’ valuable archive for licensing distribution [...]
DENVER — Feb. 28, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that new HD and 4K content is available for licensing through its Wazee Digital Commerce portal from Ottawa, Ontario-based Skyward Kick Productions. Skyward Kick specializes in extreme sports video but also produces projects ranging from corporate training videos and advertising to award-winning cinema [...]
There once was a boy named Hadley Wrights (Had for short), the owner of a vast collection of baseball cards that he had meticulously collected, bought, and traded for over the years. This collection was his pride and joy, easily the best collection in town. Unfortunately, no one other than Had, or the inside of his closet, could see his collections for years Had’s friends had begged him to show him his cards, to share the joy of seeing some of those iconic cards and even try to make some money by displaying them on special occasions. He liked that idea but thought it was too much trouble [...]
DENVER — Feb. 22, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced a technology partnership with Paladin, the enterprise platform for next-generation media companies. Through the partnership, Wazee Digital will use Paladin’s Rights Monitor toolset to strengthen digital rights management (DRM) services on YouTube for key rights holders and content partners, including major college sports organizations [...]
DENVER — Feb. 14, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that National Geographic Creative has upgraded its Wazee Digital-powered licensing portal to support 4K content transcoding and delivery to its customers, which include content creators, filmmakers, and documentarians. NatGeoCreative.com is one of the first portals in the industry to grant users the ability to transcode and fulfill 4K content automatically [...]
Twelve is a symbol of cosmic order. Twelve is the number of space and time. There are twelve months in a year and twelve zodiac signs. Apollo 12. Twelve people have walked on the moon. Twelve has an ancient meaning of being the number of perfection. Time is measured in two groups of twelve. There are twelve days of Commerce [...]
How do you define “simple” in two words or less? “No-brainer” comes first to my mind, my 11-year-old son says “not difficult,” my teenagers collectively say “basic” while my husband plays my little word game and mutters “not complicated.” As a product manager, I spend a significant amount of time trying to articulate features and […]
There is a myriad of moments that media organizations intend on capturing – plan for and execute from a variety of camera angles, delivery modes, and are consumed through multiple outlets. Then, there are the truly unique moments that are captured. The moments that through sheer serendipity go viral and capture a massive audience or heavily impact a few – stamping a key moment in time forever in memory.
Writing that title made me feel a little bit like soliciting for friends. You know… Like that movie, I Love You Man, with Paul Rudd and Jason Segel. A ‘bromance’ if you will, where “friendless Peter Klaven (Rudd) goes on a series of man-dates to find a Best Man for his wedding (IMDB).
I love interviews because you can ask pointed questions and you either get a very concise answer or you have an eyebrow raised on one person (typically the interviewer) and a tilted puppy dog head on the other (typically the interviewee). In the latter, you’ve most likely encountered the classic ‘failure to communicate.’ I know this reference from the song Civil War, by Guns N’ Roses, though some of you may know this from the classic 1967 prison drama, Cool Hand Luke – for the rest of you, you’re welcome.
By year 2000, the Internet was everywhere. Yet still, it was something that we patiently waited to be connected to – ah yes, the days of watching the iconic yellow AOL man run across your screen with the exciting yet dreaded dial-up tone. “Welcome,” and “You’ve got mail” became signals to our psyche that we were connected.