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Let’s stay in touch! DW Innovation moves on LinkedIn

DW Innovation moves on LinkedIn

Dear all,

we’re moving house on LinkedIn. From our old ‘persona’ profile called DW (first name) Innovation (last name) to a proper showcase page directly connected to Deutsche Welle.

We’ve announced this before and thus thought we could delete the old profile worry-free, but it turns out our message didn’t come through to many of you.

That’s a pity, because we’d really love to stay connected with you all! To exchange thoughts, findings and knowledge, share concepts on innovation in media – and maybe to help each other find that perfect new team member.

Our old profile will be deleted on March 25th. Therefore we want to make a last shout out in order to turn our ‘old connections’ into new followers:

  1. Please go to linkedin.com/showcase/dw-innovation
  2. hit that follow button…
  3. and stay in touch with us!

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

All the best,
DW Innovation

Date

Monday, March 11th, 2019

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V4Design: Processing Traditional Media Assets For Interactive Immersive Experiences

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Wouldn’t it be great to experience the Beatles play their first Hamburg gig from the perspective of a fan who danced in the front row? Or witness the fall of the Berlin Wall in a truly immersive way? The bad news: That’s still kind of tricky. The good news: It’s not impossible, and the V4Design consortium has been working on technical solutions for a full year now.

Date

Tuesday, February 26th, 2019

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Meet us at the MESA/HITS Content Workflow Management Forum

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When: February 28th

Where: London, UK

What is it?

The Content Workflow Management Forum caters to all organisations involved in the production and distribution of entertainment programming. Its focus is on improving content production workflows and exploring new technologies with regard to the industry’s specific needs and challenges.

Date

Wednesday, February 20th, 2019

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Project LIMES: The Future of Augmented, Interactive Live Streaming

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With the arrival of high-end smart device cameras, sophisticated gimbals, 4G, and platforms like Twitch or Facebook Live, video live streaming has become immensely popular. Journalists have used the technology to cover breaking news right when and where they are breaking, do spontaneous interviews on a popular social media platform, or cover that really long, yet potentially important press conference both in full and on a budget. Unfortunately, journalistic live streams run the risk of becoming rather boring after a while. They might be exclusive, but they also lack dramaturgy, editing, extra features – which is why viewers tend to tune out. But it doesn’t have to be like that. Journalistic livestreams could be more compelling, and we’ve just started a new DNI project that is ready to tackle the challenge: LIMES, short for Livestreaming & Mixed Reality Management System.

Date

Thursday, February 14th, 2019

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The SUMMA Platform – Explained in 106 Seconds

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If you’ve been following this blog, you’ve probably heard of SUMMA, one of our biggest and most succesful language technology projects so far. Over the course of three years, the SUMMA consortium (= DW and 8 other partners) has built a comprehensive platform for multilingual media monitoring. But what does that mean exactly? And how will the software benefit newsrooms? Our explainer video can answer those questions in less than two minutes:

Date

Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

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WeVerify: Continuing our work on algorithm-supported verification

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Picture: Steven Wright

Analyzing and verifying digital content with the help of digital technology has kept us busy for quite some time.

Date

Monday, January 21st, 2019

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DW Innovation Year in Review: 7 Media Technologies That Caught Our Attention in 2018

“So what are the most important developments in journo tech right now? Which tools and concepts will help us create really interesting content? And what about improving production workflows?” That’s a set of questions we get quite often. Providing definitive answers is impossible. What we can do, however, is share a couple of insights from our work. Here’s a list of tech that struck us as particularly interesting, promising, or useful this year.

Date

Thursday, December 13th, 2018

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Meet us @ IABM Annual Conference & Awards

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When: December 6th and 7th

Where: Birmingham, UK

What is it? The IABM Annual International Business Conference & Awards is an event that brings together representatives of the broadcasting industry and experts from the wider business world. This year’s two-day program focuses on the “future of the content supply chain” and the technology that will shape it.

Date

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

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Meet us @ Revision Summit

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When: November 19h and 20th

Where: Berlin

What is it? Revision Summit is a place “where future technologies meet social change”. Policy makers, entrepreneurs, investors, and activists will discuss game changers like blockchain or artificial intelligence (AI) and try to answer the following question:

“How do we reach a more human-centric and purpose driven society in the digital age?”

Date

Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

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Meet us @ Summa User Day and Language Technology Hands-on Days in Bonn

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Interested in AI-driven human language technology (HLT) and looking for a chance to test the latest state-of-the-art tools? Come visit us in Bonn in week #47!

Date

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

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