The 2019 FIAT/IFTA World Conference will take place in Dubrovnik, Croatia, and will be hosted at the Rixos Hotel, from October 22nd to October 25th.
An annual professional meeting point as much as a friendly and welcoming learning and networking opportunity, the FIAT/IFTA conferences provide the forum par excellence for all those involved in audiovisual and especially broadcaster’s archives.
As a Silver Sponsor of the event, we will be speaking at the conference with a focus on our leading Archive Management Solution. The evolution of the media industry shows that from small to large-scale organizations, a well-managed, accessible and connected archive is an essential part of any content operation.
Dalet specialists will present the latest technology advancements, such as AI-powered workflows with the recent launch of Dalet Media Cortex, as well as customers stories that illustrate how, based on an advanced MAM and Workflow Engine, Dalet's Archive solutions empower broadcasters and media organizations to optimize their operations with a unified multimedia content catalog and seamless collaboration.
Dalet’s highly flexible Archive solutions help you manage all type of multimedia content. Ideally suited for news, sports, programs and radio workflows, our archive solutions make media easily accessible and findable from any location through a web or mobile client, but also to third-party systems thanks to the rich integration layer.
A great example of customer success is Sportcast, a subsidiary of DFL Deutsche Fußball Liga. Sportcast operates the largest digital football archive in the world. Producing the 617 yearly matches of the German Bundesliga and Bundesliga 2 for DFL, Sportcast manages the entire content value chain from the stadium to the world with the Dalet Galaxy platform. You can hear from them directly the importance of an agile platform in managing, enriching and delivering content:
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