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Meet us @ MESA’s Metadata Madness

Demonstrating the SAM production tools

MetdaDataMadness

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.

Date

Friday, September 2nd, 2016

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Meet us @ Smart Content Summit

London_Summit

When: 25 May 2016

Where: Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, London, UK

What is it?
The Media and Entertainment Alliance Europe hosts its second annual Smart Content Summit in London with a series of presentations and panel discussions.

Date

Friday, May 20th, 2016

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Meet us @ EBU SCAIE Workshop

Metadata and Machine Translation

EBU SCAIE WorkshopWhen: 11 June 2015
Where: EBU Headquarters, Geneva, Switzerland

What is it?
The European Broadcaster Union’s SCAIE Workshop (Study of Content Analysis-based Automatic Information Extraction in Production) on “From Research to Production” wants to bring together experts in automatic metadata extraction, ICT specialists and broadcast industry stakeholders involved with bringing results of research on automatic metadata extraction into production workflows.

Date

Monday, June 8th, 2015

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Improving Europeana

ASSETS is about finding content in Europeana, the European Digital Library. Europeana provides online access to more than 10 million digital objects such as books, paintings, photographs, videos and audios from – otherwise difficult to reach – museums and archives across Europe. Content in Europeana comes from over 2,000 different institutions.

In order to enhance the usability of Europeana ASSETS developed a range of supporting software services focusing on multimedia search, browsing and interfaces. The project also contributed new multimedia content for Europeana from over 9 European content providers.

Deutsche Welle was a content partner and contributed audio and video content items with adapted, extended and enriched metadata.

The project ran from Apr 2010 – Mar 2012

Date

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

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