How To Use AI, And Metadata, To Unlock Value In TV


Not so long ago, time-stamps played a large metadata role for TV broadcasters. In recent years, technological advancements have changed how broadcasters view and use metadata. On July 18, broadcast and cable TV professionals and their sales teams have a great no-cost opportunity to learn more about how AI and metadata can bring in more ad dollars.

In a data-driven world, metadata plays a fundamental role in providing specific information on media files such as format type, length, and textual characteristics.

On Tuesday, July 18 at 1 p.m. Eastern, Drew Hilles, SVP of Veritone Media, and Logan Ketchum, Director of Business Development at Veritone, join RBR+TVBR Editor-in-Chief Adam R. Jacobson for a live webinar replete with engaging conversation — followed by a participant Q&A session — that your sales team is strongly encouraged to attend.

The webinar, “Using AI and Metadata To Unlock Value Within TV,” will give Hilles and Ketchum the ability to share how an emerging technology like artificial intelligence is revealing new metadata-related use cases that help improve efficiencies, increase revenue, build smarter archives, enhance brand awareness, and more.

We invite you to REGISTER NOW and save the date as you and your team take note of this exceptional opportunity to learn, receive training, and advance your knowledge of AI at no cost to TV stations across North America.


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