Mankato, Minn. (PRWEB) April 17, 2007
Dayport, a leading provider of Content Management and Content Delivery solutions for all digital media platforms will unveil three new solutions at NAB as well as its new look.
The three new solutions to be launched are SYNDICATE, PAY and UCG.
SYNDICATE will allow content creators and broadcasters, who provide content and associated metadata to third parties, to publish their content through a syndication portal. This portal will greatly reduce the current excessive workload created by the need to reach a wider audience through syndication opportunities.
PAY will offer content providers the ability to add a revenue generation and security mechanism to their published content, by providing the capability of implementing pay-per-view or subscription business models.
In recognition of the challenges and operational demands brought about by incorporating UGC into the production process, the growth of UGC and the need to be able to utilize this valuable resource, Dayport has developed a powerful UGC solution. This will allow users and consumers of UGC to ingest content into the production process for onward distribution and publication. This solution allows the benefits of UGC to be realized without the operational barriers presented by this evolving technology.
The new solutions are built upon the same core platform and provide the content creators, providers, corporate clients and broadcasters, with an expanded range of solutions that are designed to address the needs of a converging market, and to take advantage of new opportunities. As a result of the increased portfolio, Dayport will launch its new look at NAB. The new look is designed to more clearly represent that the complete range of solutions are built upon a common core platform. These solutions can be expanded or added to at any time and offer the ability to provide the solutions needed by the market, to embrace business opportunities, reach a wider audience, integrate with existing production technology, simplify and streamline the operational workflow processes.
"The new products add to our portfolio of existing industry proven solutions. We have listened to the market and our customers, and realized that there is a strong demand for these new solutions that form part of an overall integrated workflow. The demand has been brought about by the rapid expansion in digital new media platforms and the business opportunities which have evolved from this trend." said Dayport CEO/CTO Cory Factor.
Established in 1998 and based in Minnesota, USA, with offices in the UK serving international customers, Dayport (http://www.dayport.com) has established itself as the international leader in providing solutions for the acquisition, management, processing and management of production assets and the publishing of video and audio content with associated information (rich metadata) to all digital new media platforms.
The six solutions from Dayport; PUBLISH, APPROVE, SEARCH, VIEW & MANAGE, SYNDICATE, UGC (User Generated Content) and PAY, can be provided individually or together to provide the content creator, publisher or corporate customer with an overall content management solution for all media management needs. Built upon a common core platform, these solutions are fully integrated with existing production and content creation platforms and can provide the customer with a seamless solution to address their content management needs by enhancing the operational workflow, reducing operational overheads and positive business model implementation.
The Dayport solutions also provide the tools for the content publisher to provide a syndication portal for their content partners, apply pay and security mechanisms for subscribed or pay-per-view content and acquire UCG into production processes or onward delivery to digital platforms.
Dayport's clients include many world-class organizations ranging from small production facilities, corporate and local government clients such as Mayo Clinic and BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) to large production facilities such as Harpo Productions (Oprah Winfrey Show) and broadcast organizations such as CBS Stations Group, Clear Channel Television Stations, Scripps Television Stations, Hearst Broadcast, Hubbard Broadcasting and British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB).