The Evolution of Media Management

What a video archive looks like for various sizes of organizations, impact of remote workflows, role of remote access and AI-driven video search

 

In a few years when we reflect on this decade, it will be clear that it was the decade where video overtook all other forms of media as the main educational and entertainment vehicle. Every major video on-demand service, feature film, viral video, news network and now classroom relies on video content. Add a sudden shift to remote workflows and those in charge of creating, producing and delivering content now need to be able to find the videos they need on their own, from a distributed site. In this Brew & Bytes episode, we will discuss:

  • How video production has changed the last decade and what a video archive looks like for various sizes of organizations
  • The impact of remote workflows and how different organizations are approaching the new norm
  • The role of remote access and AI-driven video search, and the importance of finding videos when they are needed

Caringo VP Marketing and Brews & Bytes host Adrian J Herrera will be joined by Ryan Meek, Caringo Principal Solutions Architect, and Sam Bogoch, CEO of axle.ai, a leading software platform for remote access and video search. They will share real-world examples of how these capabilities have evolved over the last decade.