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2019-06-10 - Sports Video Group reports that NASCAR is moving 75 years of digitized content into the cloud with AWS, making its archive more secure and easier to use with ML and AI-based automation tools.
2019-06-04 - Fierce Video reports that NASCAR will use AWS Media Services to process, package and store broadcast video content for NASCAR Drive, alongside using Amazon Rekognition and Amazon SageMaker for machine learning and artificial intelligence-based automation to launch its new video series, This Moment in NASCAR History.
2019-06-04 - AP News reports that NASCAR has chosen AWS as its preferred cloud provider for cloud-based artificial intelligence and machine learning, leveraging AWS services to enhance its full range of media assets including websites, mobile applications, and social properties for its 80 million fans worldwide.
2019-04-19 - Rapid TV News reports that at NAB Show 2019, the 4K 4Charity Fun Run Series surpassed one million dollars in cumulative gross donations, supporting local and international nonprofits working toward increased diversity and inclusion in education and the technology industry.
2019-04-10 - NAB Show Daily News reports that AWS' keynote panel at NAB "Beyond the Field: How Sports Pioneers are Powering the 360 Audience Experience in the Cloud" discussed how the cloud is being used to enable a modern workflow that allows organizations to provide modern experiences for fans, with panelists from CBS Sports Digital, L.A. Clippers, Hulu, and Pac-12 Networks.
2019-04-09 - Streaming Media reports that AWS launched Accelerated Transcoding as a new feature in AWS Elemental MediaConvert, promising results up to 25 times faster.
2019-04-08 - Broadcasting & Cable reports that NexPlayer and Videon announced support for synchronization of OTT video arrival times for all end users, featuring interoperability between AWS Elemental MediaStore and Amazon CloudFront.
2019-04-07 - MESA Alliance reports on AWS' offerings at NAB Show 2019, including experts on several panels, a two-day series of hands-on labs and workshops, and in-booth demonstrations of new offerings and upgrades.
2019-04-05 - Computer World reports on how Kayo Sports leveraged AWS to "build a total new green field OTT platform from ground up," entirely in the cloud.
2019-03-28 - TVB Europe reports that AWS has launched SPEKE, an open, extensible API specification developed to streamline integration of Digital Rights Management with encoders, transcoders and origin servers.
2019-03-28 - Sports Video Group reports that AWS announced the Secure Packager and Encoder Key Exchange (SPEKE), an open, extensible API specification designed for both live and on-demand media workflows.
2019-03-27 - Fierce Video reports that AWS Elemental introduced SPEKE, a new open API spec standardizing encryption key exchanges between DRM platforms and encryptors.
2019-03-22 - TV Technology reports that AWS has released a Live Streaming with Automated Multi-Language Subtitling solution for automatically generating multi-language subtitles for live streaming in real time, using AWS Elemental MediaLive, AWS Lambda, Amazon Transcribe and Amazon Translate to convert audio to text.
2019-03-13 - Fierce Video reports that Gogo is using AWS Elemental solutions to transcode 24 live TV channels across five airlines on more than 2,500 commercial aircrafts, and transitioning their full infrastructure to Amazon Web Services.
2019-03-04 - Broadcasting & Cable reports that Kayo Sports, Australia's new dedicated multi-sport streaming service powered by FOX SPORTS Australia and ESPN, has selected AWS to facilitate reliable, scalable, and personalized live streaming and video catch-up functionality.
2019-03-01 - Fierce Video interviews CBSi CTO Liz Carrasco and VP of Video Technology Chris Xiques on building CBSi's first in-house live streaming architecture for Super Bowl LIII, which used AWS Elemental Live encoders and AWS Elemental MediaStore to deliver the game to an average minute audience of 2.6 million viewers.
2019-02-17 - Rapid TV News reports that The Clippers and Second Spectrum will now use AWS machine learning and data analytics to advance game analyses and drive new experiences, as well as AWS Elemental Media Services to deliver live game-watching for Clippers CourtVision.
2019-02-14 - Broadcast Beat reports that the Washington Post's Arc Publishing has signed Graham Media Group, giving its stations access to Arc's industry-leading video content management system, including AWS Elemental Media Services for quickly preparing, processing and delivering broadcast and OTT video from the Amazon Cloud.
2019-01-23 - Advanced Television reports that Zixi, an industry player for enabling dependable, live broadcast-quality video over the public Internet, announced its protocol support for AWS Elemental MediaLive and AWS Elemental MediaConnect.
2019-01-08 - The Broadcast Bridge reports that Pac-12 Networks has refined their IT-centric workflows using AWS to upload, process and store all of its content in the AWS Cloud, while leveraging AWS Elemental Media Services to prepare live streams, on-demand content and other services for distribution.

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