Meet us @ Transforming Home Entertainment Summit
Presenting the Final SAM Platform Prototype
When: 7 September 2016
Where: Picture House Central, London, United Kingdom
What is it?
The “Transforming Home Entertainment Summit” is a key entertainment industry event. It is hosted by the Media and Entertainment Services Alliance Europe (MESA) in association with the British Association of Screen Entertainment (BASE).
This year’s Summit will feature industry-leading insight and panel discussions involving senior level executives from across Retail, Broadcast and Video. The topics covered range from digital innovation to commercial and technology-led developments all the way to retail initiatives. Industry experts will offer insight into future market opportunities and the latest in consumer trends.
With over 300 international delegates scheduled to attend, the event presents a suitable international media and broadcast audience with great networking and exploitation opportunities.
Why are we there?
We are a partner in the SAM Project. As part of the SAM Industrial Workshop, the SAM project presents the final prototype for a next-generation, open social-media content delivery platform for the multiscreen TV environment. This includes a demonstration of SAM production tools and the end-user consumption context. At the “Transforming Home Entertainment Summit”, SAM will be exhibiting the SAM platform to interested participants in a dedicated area of the venue.
DW Innovation will be present with two members of the team: Birgit Gray and Peggy van der Kreeft will be highlighting the enhancement of video content, the production of 2nd Screen experiences and benefits for broadcasters and media providers.
You can contact DW Innovation directly via Twitter @dw_innovation or meet up with Birgit Gray or Peggy van der Kreeft at the event on 6th September 2016 in London.
DateMonday, September 5th, 2016
Demonstrating the SAM production tools
When: 06 September 2016
Where: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, London, United Kingdom
What is it?
On September 6th, the Media and Entertainment Services Alliance Europe (MESA) is holding its 3rd Annual Metadata Workshop “Metadata Madness”, based on the theme “Access All Devices”. MESA supports companies that provide content and/or services to the home video, interactive entertainment (games), music and electronic publishing sectors. Another objective is to foster communication and collaboration among entertainment service providers, their customers and their trading partners.
DateFriday, September 2nd, 2016
Joining the world of emotions with media consumption.
This is what MixedEmotion’s Social TV pilot aims at.
MixedEmotions – an EU-funded research project – brings emotion analysis to various businesses. We are developing an open source platform for the automatic detection of emotions in speech, audio, video, text and social media data – in multiple languages and with preservation of the semantic context of expressed emotions. The envisioned platform comprises modules for multilingual, multimodal emotion and sentiment detection, entity linking, topic detection and more!
DateThursday, September 1st, 2016
In the EU funded InVID project we are working hard on solutions to make verification of User Generated Video (UGV) easier and more trustworthy. Right now there are only a few tools to help journalists verify the authenticity of video materials from Social Networks. InVID aims to fill that gap, providing the means with which verification of UGV becomes easier and therefore allows journalists to use (more) trustworthy UGV in their reporting.
DateWednesday, August 10th, 2016
Moving from setup phase to prototyping
Time is passing quickly and YourDataStories (YDS), our research project on making #opendata more accessible and transparent, is already beyond the first year of its three years project duration.
As projects go, the first year was full of first steps: Setting up the consortium, creating the necessary project structures and communication lines as well as establishing a basis for the actual development. Activities ranged from setting up the technical infrastructure to gathering and analysing the main user requirements for the envisioned application.
DateTuesday, July 26th, 2016
When: 13 – 15 June 2016
Where: World Conference Center, Bonn, Germany
What is it?
For the 9th time in a row Deutsche Welle is hosting the Global Media Forum in Bonn, Germany, its annual international media conference. With the lead slogan “Media. Freedom. Values” Germany’s international broadcaster offers a platform to discuss the role of media in civic and political society. For three days over 2.000 people from around the globe are welcomed to discuss a variety of current issues addressing media trends, foreign policy and their impact on helping overcome the challenges of global development.
DateThursday, June 9th, 2016
When: 25 May 2016
Where: Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, London, UK
DateFriday, May 20th, 2016
When: 2 – 4 May 2016
Where: “The Station”, Luckenwalder Str. 4–6, 10963 Berlin, Germany
What is it?
re:publica is (by its own accord) one of the world’s most important events concerning the topic of the “digital society”. It started out in 2007 as a small blogger’s conference and has now become a meet-up for over 7000 digital natives, storytellers, researchers, developers, activists and journalists.
DateMonday, May 2nd, 2016
Scalable Understanding of Multilingual MediA
SUMMA is an ambitious research and innovation project aimed at media monitoring, with a close collaboration between Deutsche Welle and the BBC. Through language technologies such as speech-to-text (automated transcription), machine translation, topic detection and summarization, the SUMMA platform will help media professionals, amongst others, to monitor and analyze news more efficiently.
The project will capture incoming news streams in eight languages, analyze and compare the data, and provide an overview of leading topics and trends with summaries in English. The University of Edinburgh is leading the project, consisting of eight partners.
The consortium is aiming at jointly developing three tools :
- an external media monitoring tool, to analyze news reporting by other broadcasters and press agencies to detect trends and main news items;
- an internal media monitoring tool, to enable journalists and other media professionals to keep track of what has been published within their own organization;
- a data-journalism tool, monitoring and analyzing statistical data
Deutsche Welle will be working towards testing and evaluating the entire SUMMA platform, and is the primary user partner for the internal monitoring tool. It is envisaged that the work will lead to a user-friendly and tested tool, specifically tailored to analyzing DW content, with potential for subsequent integration and implementation.
SUMMA runs from February 2016 – January 2019.
Bring me to the SUMMA website
DateTuesday, April 19th, 2016
When: 6-10 April 2016
Where: Perugia, Italia
What is it?
The International Journalism Festival in Perugia is all about, surprise… journalism. Over five days, a great variety of topics that are important to journalism will be covered. These include, among others, fact-checking, data journalism, explanatory journalism, the era of video and of mobile, robot journalism, virtual reality, the involvement of readers and the public role of journalism, the crisis of the homepage, the search for a new objectivity, understanding audiences beyond the use of metrics and social networks vs. mainstream media. Attending the event is totally free of charge.
DateMonday, April 4th, 2016