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Digital Nirvana to Launch New Services and Technologies at AMEC 2013


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New offerings include Broadcast Content Acquisition,

Multi-Language Media Analysis, and Live Stream Monitoring in the Cloud.

Digital Nirvana will introduce new services and technologies for media monitoring companies at the International Association for Measurement and Evaluation of Communication (AMEC) show, June 5 to 7 in Madrid, Spain. Digital Nirvana is a Silver Sponsor at the event.

With the launch of the new Broadcast Content Acquisition service, Digital Nirvana becomes an end-to-end service provider, handling everything from TV and radio content acquisition to media analysis and custom reporting.

“Our end-to-end approach is what makes Digital Nirvana stand out,” said Vishnu Beri, COO at Digital Nirvana. “Thanks to our advanced technologies, we can now acquire, analyze and customize broadcast content delivery for our media monitoring customers. We also deliver cost benefits that help reduce operating expense and improve margins for our clients.”

Digital Nirvana is also launching a Multiple Language Media Analysis service. Previously, this service was available in English only. Now it is available in French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic and all Indian languages.

Also making its European debut is AnyStream IQTM – the industry’s first live stream media monitoring solution. This cloud-based software-as-a-service helps broadcasters record, log and monitor live streamed media, validate ad runs, prove web captioning compliance, and cut clips for easy sharing. This new solution made its North American debut at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas, Nevada USA.

Other Digital Nirvana services to be highlighted at AMEC 2013 include media content management, news report generation, broadcast news summarization, and transcription. 

The company will also feature its flagship Monitor IQTM broadcast monitoring system used by leading broadcasters worldwide, as well as the MediaProTM content repurposing system, and the Repeat Audio Detection (RAD) system for song and ad tracking.

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www.digital-nirvana.com