A few Sundays ago, I found myself at a rather strange Oscar party. As one can imagine, here in Los Angeles, folks make a pretty big deal about the Oscars. Let’s be honest, people make a big deal about everything out here. If you order a sandwich and it doesn’t come with an avocado, it can create complete and utter panic. Call the authorities, shut down the streets, we have no avocado! Silly, but kinda true. The Oscars do create quite a stir. Maybe not at the level of the Super Bowl, but close [...]
At this year's NAB, we will be showcasing our product suite and discussing how we enable rights holders to take control of their content and generate new revenue streams.
DENVER — Oct. 24, 2017 — Wazee Digital, a leading provider of cloud-native video management and licensing services, today announced that College Football Playoff (CFP) has extended its contract with Wazee Digital to manage the licensing of all CFP digital content. Under the three-year contract extension, Wazee Digital will continue to be CFP’s exclusive licensing agent to tag, archive, and monetize the organization’s copyrighted events through Wazee Digital Commerce.
Chairman & CEO Harris Morris discusses his 10 years of experience attending the NAB show in Las Vegas.
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.