Content Supply Chain & Workflow Management Forum
Featuring: Content Localisation Technology Showcase
Efficient and secure content workflows are essential components of commercial success, as programme makers and distributors adapt to meet the challenges of doing business in the rapidly changing global entertainment sector.
Compressed post production and pre-release timelines, a highly fragmented and diverse distribution structure and the opening up of new global markets are all adding to the complexities that the content community has to deal with.
As a result, being able to quickly identify, locate and track the status of titles and effectively manage the distribution process are vital in helping to minimise costs and avoid unnecessary duplication of effort.
Advances in systems and technology are also a key factor in this, offering the potential opportunity to automate a number of elements and speed up the process while also contributing to improved decision making.
During the Content Supply Chain & Workflow Management Forum, delegates will be invited to participate in a series of informed presentations and panel sessions as well as open floor discussion on the following topic areas:
Maximizing Content Workflow Efficiencies
- Adapting to the cloud
- Maintaining secure end to end distribution
- The role of metadata in creating efficiencies
Keeping Track of Assets
- Workflow visibility
- Avails and content rights management
- Preparing for and dealing with unexpected workflow interruptions.
Facing the Content Localisation Challenges
- Innovative tools and workflow processes
- The importance of robust QC
- Is there a reliable ‘fast track’ option?
Responding to the Wants and Needs of the Digital Retailer
- Driving efficiencies in content distribution
- Delivering against changing consumer consumption patterns
Keeping the Physical Media Supply Chain Relevant
- Adapting the approach to suit today’s market
This event is being hosted in response to requests from a number of Content Industry members of the MESA Europe Content Localisation Council.*
The objective is to provide an insight into the systems and technologies that will impact on the localisation process.
Participants will be demonstrating their capabilities throughout the day in the networking area adjacent to the main conference room.
*Content members of the MESA Europe Content Localisation Council include A+E Networks, BBC, Discovery, ITV,
Lionsgate, NBC Universal, Scripps Network, Sky, Sony Pictures, Turner, Twentieth Century Fox, Viacom, Walt Disney and Warner.
Localisation services suppliers including BTI Studios, Deluxe, SDI Media, Vubiquity and Zoo Digital are also part of the group.
To learn more about the Content Supply Chain & Workflow Management Forum and the Content Localisation Technology Showcase, and to talk about speaking, demonstration and sponsorship opportunities please contact Jim Bottoms or David Millar at MESA Europe.
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