Posted on July 17, 2023 in ATSC News
Monetize video archives using Eon Media’s eonExtract
Video archives hold a wealth of valuable content, but without proper metadata, uncovering those gems can be incredibly challenging. That’s where eonExtract comes in. Our advanced AI-driven product is designed to revolutionize the way you extract value from your video archives & generate new revenue streams.
Unlock Hidden Treasures: With eonExtract, you can unlock the hidden treasures within your video archives and monetize your content. Our solution offers features such as facial recognition, object detection, brand exposure analysis, demographic insights, location, date of content, and more just from video archives.
Success story with Capital Broadcasting Company (CBC): Our recent collaboration with Capitol Broadcasting Company (CBC) for the WRAL Archives platform showcases the power of eonExtract. By extracting metadata from over 50 years of archival content, CBC will soon offer advanced search capabilities and an immersive user experience, unlocking extensive value for their organization.
Recognition and awards: eonExtract has garnered global recognition, including the NAB Product of the Year 2022, IBAM 2021 award, CES 2022 Innovation award, and Sports Pro OTT 2022 “Best Startup Tech Company” accolade.
Key Features and Integrations:
3. AI-Driven Metadata Extraction: Automate the process and extract valuable information such as facial expressions, audio transcription, brand recognition, subject demographics, logo detection, weather information, and intelligent summaries from your archives.
Eon Media Corp is dedicated to supporting you in unlocking the full potential of your video archives and driving new revenue streams. Eon Media has been a proud member of ATSC since 2022.
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