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Content creation value chain boosted by IP, AI and connected technologies

“Content owners, producers, and creators naturally want to get their content in front of as many people as possible and are increasingly turning to cutting-edge IP technologies to prepare for the future of video production and delivery,” said Brett Sappington, senior director of research at Parks Associates commenting on the findings revealed in Top 5 Video Trends in an IP-based World. “There are multiple challenges in infrastructure, formatting, and interoperability, but many disparate content owners, from NFL teams to late-night talk shows, are experimenting with video apps, live streaming, and other IP-based systems in order to reach connected audiences.”

From the article "Content creation value chain boosted by IP, AI and connected technologies " by Joseph O'Halloran.

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