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Things M&E Executives Should do to Conquer Today’s Content Explosion (Part 2)

Last week we shared the first thing M&E executives should be doing today to conquer today’s content explosion. Today we share the last two action items. 2. Understand the business risks associated with Content Chaos and recognize, as a company, the critical imperative to evolve to the state of Content […]

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Things M&E Executives Should do to Conquer Today’s Content Explosion (Part 1)

In just a few short years, the increase in media and entertainment content available to connected consumers has been staggering. Video-on-demand (VOD) platforms alone have seen their content catalogs rise rapidly from 2x to 50x the volume. This explosion has led to a massive challenge to all that own, buy, […]

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Our Inaugural 2018 Mediamorph User Meeting

On Thursday, November 8 professionals from over 25 of the top Media & Entertainment companies in the US gathered at the Disney offices at the Burbank Centre for our first Mediamorph User Meeting. View the Facebook picture album. Our full-day event had customer speakers, a guest speaker from Disney, the […]

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Top 3 Things to Do Right Now to Successfully Optimize Your Content Value

“Rights Management” vs “Content Value Management” For the past decade, global media companies have responded to the rapid increase in the volume and complexity of the entertainment landscape by investing heavily in both off-the-shelf and home grown Rights Management solutions. It has become an industry-wide challenge to track and classify […]

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Don’t Get Stuck in the 1990s: Design a Better Online Video Store (Part 2 of 2)

When you compare the online video purchasing experience to any other type of e-commerce transaction, video stores aren’t doing so well. They make it hard for customers to find personalized content, don’t reward good customers, aren’t able to offer sales or incentives and don’t even make it easy for a […]

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Don’t Get Stuck in the 1990s: Design a Better Online Video Store (Part 1 of 2)

Back in the “dark ages” of the 1970s, television had a handful of channels; new movie releases had to be seen in a theater, and only at the end of the decade did VHS and Betamax battle it out to bring more home viewing and time-shifting options. Today’s home entertainment […]

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