Monetizing sports entertainment through immersive viewing experiences

| June 27, 2019

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ERP platform with Media Asset Management (MAM) and Business Process Management (BPM) at its core, helps automate the multi-sport content supply chain and digitally mediate enterprise workflows for B2B and B2B2C platforms. Whether it is Live sport, production of shows from archive material or support for Studio productions, CLEAR helps manage content operations through various tools including multi-sports Live Logger, native integration to Non Linear Editing (NLE) systems and associated publish robots.

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