Vol. 1

Welcome to the first edition of the T3 Bulletin, an e-newsletter about how media companies, sports rights holders and other video producers are using Thought Equity Motion’s Platform Services to unlock the value of their video libraries through master quality archiving, cloud-based access, delivery, and monetization tools. This newsletter will provide updates on our T3 Platform, Library Manager, and “Smart Content” Metadata toolsets, along with client use cases and other video technology news.

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Press Release: Thought Equity Motion Expands Los Angeles Presence and Ecosystem around its Enterprise-Class Hosted Video PlatformTo read the press release… 


Product Video: T3 Platform for Content OwnersWatch this video to learn more about how media rights holders are utilizing Thought Equity Motion’s T3 Platform to unlock the value of their video libraries. To watch the video…



White Paper: Deriving New Value from Video Content Libraries

Read the VideoNuze and The Diffusion Group white paper about how content owners can surface and monetize video libraries. The white paper discusses how the latest technology has enabled content owners to extract new value from their archives and provide the NCAA as an example of how this can be done. To download the white paper…
Press Release: Discovery Communications Utilizes Thought Equity Motion’s Platform to Power its new Digital Footage Busines. To read the press release…




Connect with our Thought Equity Motion’s Platform Services team at the following industry events:


The Reel Thing XXVII (presented by AMIA):August 19-20, 2011 • Hollywood, CA

Thought Equity Motion will be presenting a scanning and preservation “Pilot Project” with Paramount Pictures at this conference. More details to come.

IBC: Sept. 8-13 • Amsterdam

Digital Asset Symposium (AMIA): Sept. 23 • Los Angeles

AMIA 2011 Conference: Nov. 16-19 • Austin, TX


Thought Equity Motion Powers Enterprise-Wide Metadata Management forSony Pictures EntertainmentSony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is utilizing our T3 Metadata Editor to drive new value from its vast entertainment content library. The studio is using the T3 Metadata Editor to better manage content and clearance information in a frame-by-frame capacity and to power compelling new consumer offerings. The T3 Metadata Editor supports multi-track, frame level metadata with both manual workflows and automated tools, such as facial recognition, scene detection, and script synching. The product is offered as a module within our Hosted Video Platform, enabling web-based access for users. To learn more about how SPE is adding new value to its content library with the T3 Metadata Editor…

New Frame-Accurate Flash Player in T3 Library ManagerRights holders using our T3 Library Manager to access and deliver their content can now take advantage of the portal’s frame-accurate Flash player, a first-of-its-kind web-based video player with unparalleled frame-level accuracy (no software required). Our frame-accurate player allows library owners to perform granular, frame-level searches and mark in-and-out points within their assets. The new player enables content owners to clip long-form video into b-roll footage and identify licensable content even more efficiently than before. This feature within T3 Library Manager gives rights holders the power to manipulate their assets through any web browser with greater speed and flexibility than ever before, and without giving up an ounce of accuracy. To learn more about the T3 Library Manager…

Learn about what’s happening at Thought Equity Motion through a selection of our recent blog posts. To subscribe to our blog RSS Feed click here.

Video: Thought Equity Motion Uses IBM’s LTO 5 & LTFS to Offer Federated Archive ServiceVideo case study from IBM on how Thought Equity Motion is leveraging LTO 5 and LTFS standards to support flexible, high scale federated archives.

Commentary: The Netflix EffectWhile cable companies may view Netflix’s growth trajectory as a threat, Thought Equity Motion sees it as evidence of the tremendous opportunity emerging as new channels, technology, and cost structures unlock libraries of content.

Event: Summer Bowl 2011 – New YorkThanks to all the media & entertainment folks who came to “roll” a few balls with Thought Equity Motion’s NY team at our “Summer Bowl 2011″ event at Bowlmor Times Square.


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