CCW 2013: Digital Nirvana to Show Live Stream and Broadcast Monitoring Software, Plus Content Repurposing Solution

Newark, CA, October 30, 2013 – Digital Nirvana’s live stream media monitoring solution, broadcast monitoring software, and content repurposing system for multi-platform distribution will be front and center at the upcoming Content & Communications World Expo (CCW). Being held from November 13-14th at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City, CCW is an annual convention focused on media and entertainment technology that includes HDWorld, SATCON and the Production + Post conferences.

Digital Nirvana will exhibit in Booth #1257 at the show.

“We’re very excited about CCW 2013,” said Hiren Hindocha, president and CEO of Digital Nirvana. “It’s a dynamic show that grows in popularity each year. It’s the perfect venue to present innovative technology. We’ve got a unique set of products that offer the capabilities and cost savings customers need now. We anticipate a very positive reception at this show next month.”

AnyStreamIQTM, the industry’s first live stream media monitoring solution, will be showcased within Digital Nirvana’s CCW booth. This cloud-based software-as-a-service helps broadcasters record, log and monitor live streamed media, validate ad runs, prove web captioning compliance, and cut clips for easy sharing. AnyStreamIQ is designed specifically for the new streamed media monitoring requirements of broadcasters, content creators, aggregators and distributors.

Because it’s a cloud-based subscription service, there is no hardware or software to install. Users just specify the URL of the stream, and AnyStreamIQ records the streams, extracts the closed captions (if any), and provides a browser-based interface to search the recorded streams. With its Cut/Clip feature, users can easily mark in and out points on the video and share the clip for either compliance or proof of airing purposes. AnyStreamIQ complements a station’s current, in-house broadcast compliance logging system.

In addition to AnyStreamIQ, Digital Nirvana offers an innovative solution for traditional broadcast monitoring. MonitorIQ is the only broadcast monitoring system that provides automatic ad detection, a director’s audio track, as well as an advanced metadata harvester™capability.  MonitorIQ combines the functionality of content recording (HD and SD in full resolution), content searching, retrieval and repurposing, Web publishing, signal monitoring, air-check logging, archiving, ad verification and tracking, and competitive analysis while offering the scalability that broadcasters need.

The latest software includes several features that are a direct result of customer feedback. Among the new, customer-suggested features are: flexible content archiving, real-time newscast exporting, and automatic extraction of Program Guide data from the broadcast stream.

Because the platform is based on open web services (REST) API’s, Digital Nirvana’s software can be easily integrated with third party products and can scale from one to multiple servers and from one to hundreds of channels. All Digital Nirvana solutions are web enabled, so users can access the software through any standard web browser without ActiveX component.

The company will also feature its MediaProTM content repurposing system for multi-platform distribution, which offers a low-cost way to repurpose HD clips from cable and broadcast. This new solution records encrypted cable feeds in full HD and is ideal for news and sports directors who frequently repurpose content from cable channels. For the broadcast engineer, it eliminates the need to maintain multiple set top boxes, frees up valuable rack space, and removes the cost of multiple DVRs.
 
MediaPro IQ allows users to easily edit, clip and publish live or recorded content in real-time.  Search is based on keywords, program titles, descriptions, textual metadata, closed-caption, as-run logs, traffic logs, alarm and discrepancy logs and time/date or channel filters.

About Content & Communications World (CCW)

CCW (Content & Communications World) brings together more than 6,000 attendees and 300 exhibiting companies in media, entertainment and communications technology. Participants have an unmatched opportunity to interact with the latest products, explore technological innovations firsthand, and hear from experts who shape the industry at every stage of content creation, management and delivery. CCW features HD World, SATCON and the Production + Post Conference. For more information, visit www.ccwexpo.com.

About Digital Nirvana

Since 1996, Digital Nirvana has been empowering customers with innovative knowledge management technologies. By combining media and digital technology expertise, Digital Nirvana makes it possible for organizations to streamline operations and gain competitive advantage with advanced product and service offerings. The company’s portfolio includes the industry-leading MonitorIQ broadcast monitoring system, AnyStreamIQ live stream monitoring solution, MediaPro content repurposing system, and repeat audio detection systems (RADS) for song tracking and ad tracking. A comprehensive service portfolio includes media monitoring and analysis, market intelligence and analytics, and learning management services. Digital Nirvana is headquartered in Newark, California with offices in Hyderabad and Coimbatore, India. For more information visit www.digital-nirvana.com.

For more information, contact:

Robin Hoffman
Pipeline Communications
277 Valley Way
Montclair, NJ 07042
Cell: (917) 763-8069
robinhoffman@pipecomm.com
www.pipecomm.com

Hiren Hindocha
Digital Nirvana
39899 Balentine Drive, Suite 200
Newark, CA 94560
510-226-9000
hiren@digital-nirvana.com
www.digital-nirvana.com

Editor’s Note: High-resolution product photography is available upon request.

We’re looking forward to showcasing our latest solutions at the upcoming Content & Communications World Expo (CCW) in New York next month. CCW includes HDWorld, SATCON and the Production + Post conferences and will be held November 13-14th at the Jacob Javits Center.

Please come by our booth #1257 if you’re at the show to see our live stream media monitoring solution, broadcast monitoring software, and content repurposing systems for multi-platform distribution.

“We’re looking forward to CCW this year,” said Hiren Hindocha, our president and CEO. “It’s a dynamic show that grows in popularity each year. It’s the perfect venue to present innovative technology. We’ve got a unique set of products that offer the capabilities and cost savings customers need now.”

During CCW, we’ll feature AnyStreamIQTM, the industry’s first live stream media monitoring solution. This cloud-based software-as-a-service helps broadcasters record, log and monitor live streamed media, validate ad runs, prove web captioning compliance, and cut clips for easy sharing. It’s designed for the new streamed media monitoring requirements of broadcasters, content creators, aggregators and distributors.

We’ll also demo our flagship solution for traditional media monitoring, MonitorIQ. It’s the only broadcast monitoring system that provides automatic ad detection, a director’s audio track, as well as an advanced metadata harvester™ capability. The solution combines content recording, content searching, retrieval and repurposing, Web publishing, signal monitoring, air-check logging, archiving, ad verification and tracking, and competitive analysis while offering the scalability that broadcasters need.

At CCW, we’ll also show the MediaProTM content repurposing system for multi-platform distribution, which offers a low-cost way to repurpose HD clips from cable and broadcast. It records encrypted cable feeds in full HD and is ideal for news and sports directors who frequently repurpose content from cable channels.

We hope to see you at there. If you’re interested in attending the show, please register as our guest by using the code EXH039 or by visiting this link to register.

Session will focus on the importance of live stream monitoring

Newark, CA, October 16, 2013 – At the Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers’ (SMPTE) 2013 Annual Technical Conference & Exhibition, Hiren Hindocha, Digital Nirvana’s CEO, will give a presentation on the importance of live stream monitoring. The conference takes place October 22-24 in Hollywood, California.

Mr. Hindocha is one of the speakers in the session titled, “Evolving Technology for Broadcast Facilities – Part 2,” which takes place on October 23rd from 11-12:30. Mr. Hindocha’s lecture will focus on why live stream media monitoring is essential for today’s broadcasters and the ways it can be monitored.

As live streaming continues to grow in popularity, reliable live stream monitoring becomes more and more crucial. In the phases of the live stream workflow, many things can go wrong and compromise the user experience, yet broadcasters may not even be aware of workflow failure unless they’re monitoring and recording their live stream programming.

The benefits of live stream monitoring go far beyond quality control and analysis.  Live stream monitoring, logging and recording also helps with compliance and ad run verification.  New FCC web captioning mandates make it necessary for broadcasters to monitor and record their live streams to prove compliance.  Additionally, online advertisers now demand proof that their ad campaigns ran as scheduled. The easiest way to prove ad runs is to monitor and record the live stream.

While networks are equipped with the necessary tools to monitor traditional broadcasts, they’re lacking the same for streamed media. Currently, when broadcasters do monitor streamed content, they do so with a labor-intensive, manual approach. The solution lies in a cloud-based, automated, scalable system that can reliably monitor the live streamed programming of broadcasters. Mr. Hindocha’s SMPTE 2013 presentation will delve deeper into these points and highlight the key advantages and methods of performing live stream monitoring today.

SMPTE 2013 is the premier annual event for motion imaging and media technology, production, operations and the allied arts and sciences. The three-day conference brings together decision makers from motion picture studios, broadcast and distribution networks, production and post-production community, software companies, systems integrators and others leading the evolving motion imaging industry. To find out more about the conference, visit www.smpte2013.org.

About Digital Nirvana

Since 1996, Digital Nirvana has been empowering customers with innovative knowledge management technologies. By combining media and digital technology expertise, Digital Nirvana makes it possible for organizations to streamline operations and gain competitive advantage with advanced product and service offerings. The company’s portfolio includes the industry-leading MonitorIQ broadcast monitoring system, AnyStreamIQ live stream monitoring solution, MediaPro content repurposing system, and repeat audio detection systems (RADS) for song tracking and ad tracking. A comprehensive service portfolio includes media monitoring and analysis, market intelligence and analytics, learning management services, and professional services.  Digital Nirvana is headquartered in Newark, California with offices in Hyderabad and Coimbatore, India. For more information visit http://www.digital-nirvana.com.

For more information, contact:

Robin Hoffman
Pipeline Communications
277 Valley Way
Montclair, NJ 07042
Cell: (917) 763-8069
robinhoffman@pipecomm.com
www.pipecomm.com

Hiren Hindocha
Digital Nirvana
39899 Balentine Drive, Suite 200
Newark, CA 94560
510-226-9000
hiren@digital-nirvana.com
www.digital-nirvana.com

Editor’s Note: High-resolution product photography is available upon request.