Automation brings video production nirvana

By Paula Minardi on Jul 19 2017 at 11:45 AM
The era of “peak TV” is upon us, and while some content companies are struggling under the weight of today’s video demands, others are well on the path to nirvana through the magic of automation.
 
Ooyala’s new white paper More Stories of Video Success: How Automation Can Help You Reach Video Production Nirvana shows that path to “peak TV” happiness: data-driven automation that removes long-standing silos by developing tight integrations across the production and distribution ecosystem. 
 
In a time when top content providers such as Amazon are tripling original content investments, automation helps:
 
eliminate manual tasks

speed up production

build team collaboration

harness artificial intelligence

bring more dollars to the bottom line

 
The white paper also profiles forward-thinking companies like ITV Studios who have seen success with automation through the Ooyala Flex media logistics platform.
 
For more insights, download the white paper here.
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