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Wildmoka supports Mediacorp in Singapore with cloud-based content creation platform | Company


Wildmoka has equipped Mediacorp, Singapore’s national media network, with a new cloud-based tool for real-time clipping and distribution to support digital broadcast operations. This new video content service was realized with implementation partner Qvest, a world-leading ICT integrator in the innovation-driven media industry.

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Wildmoka and its implementation partner Qvest have equipped Mediacorp, Singapore’s national media network, with a new cloud-based tool for real-time clipping and distribution to support digital broadcast operations. (Graphic: Business Wire)

The new workflow is based on Wildmoka’s “Digital Media Factory” and enables the creation and distribution of content such as near-live clips and highlight reels across web, mobile, OTT and social media platforms , as well as long-form videos on demand. Working with implementation partner Qvest and its local team in Singapore, Wildmoka experts added the easy-to-use solution editing tool for Mediacorp’s broadcast operations.

Mediacorp supports broadcast operations of parliamentary debates in Singapore, where sessions with speeches and debates between parliamentarians could last several hours. Sessions are recorded and archived in their entirety as large video files. Editing recordings in multiple languages ​​is now possible with five audio tracks. Therefore, Mediacorp records parliamentary sessions in the four languages ​​of the Southeast Asian country, which are English along with the respective translations in Chinese, Malay and Tamil. Surround sound is also captured with one of the five tracks. This new web-based content creation solution captures and publishes full-length parliamentary videos as well as short media clips in all of Singapore’s official languages.

About Qvest

Qvest advises and supports organizations and businesses around the world on all technology implementation requirements in the context of digital transformation and is a world-leading systems architect, ICT integrator and software product developer in the innovation-driven media industry. The company’s suite of services is aligned with opportunities emerging from an increasingly digital media value chain, such as cross-platform content delivery, artificial intelligence, data and analytics, multicloud management and IP infrastructure. Qvest’s customers include many renowned media networks, telecommunications providers, broadcasters as well as industrial and public sector companies and organizations. In addition to the headquarters in Cologne and Dubai, Qvest operates other locations in Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Southeast Asia and Australia.

About Wild Moka

Wildmoka is a leading platform for creating live and near-live content in sports, news and entertainment. Its cloud-native Digital Media Factory enables broadcasters and rightsholders to produce and deliver content from any source, to any destination, in any format, at the speed and the scale. Some of the world’s biggest broadcast brands rely on Wildmoka to power their OTT apps, web portals and social media accounts with: live streams, highlight reels and near-live clips. Plus, the award-winning AI/ML-based engines further improve broadcaster workflow efficiency. Wildmoka was acquired by Backlight in 2022.

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Matthias Reintgen for Qvest Group GmbH

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Email:[email protected] Cywinska for Wildmoka

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PUBLISHED: 05/07/2022 20:00 / DISK: 05/07/2022 20:02

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