MEDIA AND BROADCASTING

Build Modern Data Streaming Analytics Architectures on AWS

May 17, 2022

Build Modern Data Streaming
Modern data architecture is about using the right tool for the job. It acknowledges that a “one size fits
all” approach leads to compromise, and a solution that is not optimized for anyone. With modern data
architecture, customers can integrate a data lake, data warehouses, and purpose-built data services,
together with a unified governance layer, to create a system without boundaries, enabling data-driven
decisions

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ZAG Entertainment

ZAG is a private firm specializing in kids and family entertainment franchises. ZAG’s multiple divisions include production companies and animation studios – located in Europe, the United States and Asia – that develop & produce Feature Films, TV series, movies and games.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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The Adobe EchoSign advantage for media and entertainment

whitePaper | June 2, 2021

The media and entertainment industry operates in a challenging environment of rapid change. These companies are struggling to stay one step ahead of—or even keep pace with—the consumer demand for engaging, always-on content. Content producers, advertisers, broadcasters, and distributors alike face the growing requirement to focus on opportunities and growth, while defining and adapting profitable business models.

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Best Practices for Building a Data Lake on AWS for Games

whitePaper | May 20, 2022

Many customers run their Digital Games on AWS. Each of them has made unique design choices that allow them to run the fastest, most complex, and visually breathtaking games on AWS. This whitepaper outlines best practices for building a data lake for games on the AWS Cloud, and offers a reference architecture to guide organizations in the delivery of these complex systems.

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sensorium whitepaper

whitePaper | March 19, 2021

Virtual reality is a product of technology and content synergy that is set to bring the identity of perception of the virtual and real worlds, known as Singularity Effect, for the Entertainment Industry customers. The industry, betting on the technological component of VR, could not provide users with the necessary format and quality of VR content in a timely manner.

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5G in Video Streaming: Is the Media Industry Prepared?

whitePaper | April 7, 2020

By 2022, online videos will comprise more than 1 82% of all consumer internet trafc. As online video consumption increases, providing highquality video content along with immersive experiences is crucial for achieving greater levels of customer engagement. However, 4G networks are no longer enough to deliver high-quality video content of 4K and 8K quality that requires higher speed (> 500 kmph), higher data rates (1-5 Gbps) and lower latency .

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Direct Brands: Media & Customer Acquisition

whitePaper | November 22, 2019

Benchmark and understand Direct Brand media planning/buying decisions .This report would not have been possible without the collaboration and financial support of our Direct Brands Initiative Strategic Partners and supporting sponsor, listed below. Online survey executed by Ipsos among 330 direct-to-consumer brand media professionals. Responses were anonymous and aggregated.

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Reimagining Cloud Operations for Media-Enterprises

whitePaper | February 28, 2020

Media enterprises like publishers, broadcasters and new media companies are serving content to millions of viewers on different devices and platforms across geographies. In order to cater to growing viewer demands both at global and regional levels, many companies are moving to cloud-based technologies to take advantages of its scalability, flexibility and security services. As per IABM*, more than 39% of media companies have already adopted cloud based solutions and another 30% are very likely to follow suit.

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Spotlight

ZAG Entertainment

ZAG is a private firm specializing in kids and family entertainment franchises. ZAG’s multiple divisions include production companies and animation studios – located in Europe, the United States and Asia – that develop & produce Feature Films, TV series, movies and games.

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