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N.C.A.A. Tournament Goes Online, Clip by Clip >

New York Times - Oct 21, 2010

Even before Warner Wolf took us to the videotape, highlights have served fans as currency of their passion. With its tournament approaching, the N.C.A.A. has found a way to exploit a portion of its men’s basketball tournament archive by ceding a significant amount of clip selection to fans. Through a deal with the N.C.A.A., Thought Equity Motion has digitally diced every tournament game this decade from the Round of 16 forward into all of its notable plays, and assigned a Web address to each of them.

Thought Equity Motion Extends NCAA Partnership to New Rights Window >

Sports Video Group - Oct 21, 2010

As the NCAA and Turner dive into their long-term digital-rights agreement, Thought Equity Motion has also extended its archival partnership with the association. TEM serves as the licensor for archival NCAA video content, including the NCAA Vault video archive. Under the extended agreement, TEM will increase the size and scope of both licensing and technology roles, taking on “near-live” licensing rights on the development side and expanding its content-digitization commitment on the technology side.

NCAA and Thought Equity Motion Renew Deal For Video Archive Access >

VideoNuze - Oct 21, 2010

The NCAA and Thought Equity Motion are announcing this morning a multi-year extension of their technology and rights management agreement. Last March, in conjunction with the NCAA Men’s Basketball March Madness, the “NCAA Vault” was introduced, which contained searchable access to every moment of video from the last 10 years of the final 16 teams’ games. One of the things I was most impressed about with the NCAA Vault is how flexibly exact clips could be found and also how fast the response times were.

The Digital 100: The World's Most Valuable Startups >

Business Insider - Sep 29, 2010

Thought Equity Motion is a footage licensing and video platform services company for media outlets such as Sony Pictures Entertainment, BBC Motion Gallery, etc. The company has a revenue run rate of $25 million over the last year, or growth of 60%.

Thought Equity Motion Leverages Content To Grow Value of Sports Rights >

Sports Video Group - Sep 29, 2010

The Sports Video Group is pleased to welcome its newest sponsor, Thought Equity Motion. Since 2003, the company has been increasing the value of video content through its advanced technology platform and rights-development services. A corporate sponsor, the company specializes in growing the value of sports rights by leveraging archive and “near live” content to deepen engagement.

IBM and Thought Equity Motion Collaborate >

Storage Newsletter - Sep 22, 2010

IBM Corp. and Thought Equity Motion, Inc., provider of video platform and rights development services, are collaborating on a major film digitization and preservation project for the EYE Film Institute Netherlands.

Unleash Long-Form Video For Web Consumption >

Video Insider - Sep 13, 2010

Statistics abound showing the overall booming growth of online video consumption, but in this still nascent channel, there’s a great deal of debate over what kind of video people want to watch online. Will it be user-generated or professional? Film and television features or programming created specifically for the web? Entertainment, how-to, short form, or long form?

Thought Equity Motion Inks Deals with NCAA and BBC >

Beet.TV - Apr 27, 2010

Veteran rights management technology firm Thought Equity Motion has been busy this year, signing deals with both the NCAA and the BBC. I sat down with the company’s CEO Kevin Schaff at the recent NAB show to learn more about how content companies, programmers, and networks are using Thought Equity’s tools to better manage and monetize their metadata, rights, and video archives.

Say Hello to NCAA Vault, Adieu to Productivity >

WIRED - Apr 22, 2010

It’s March, which can only mean we’re on the cusp of that Great American Workplace Productivity Suck known as the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. But today, the college basketball bigwigs have upped the ante. In partnership with Thought Equity Motion, the NCAA has launched the aptly named Vault, which contains full, commercial-free footage of 150 tournament games from the past decade — every Sweet 16 game on to the championship from 2000 through last year.

IBM Unveils New Tiered Storage Products >

Computerworld - Apr 22, 2010

Thought Equity Motion said it [IBM’s Long Term File System] saves money for its media partners “by making their news, sports, entertainment and creative footage accessible to content producers and digital channels,” Mark Lemmons, Thought Equity Motion’s CTO, said in a statement. “This type of footage has a tremendous storage footprint and we are seeking new ways to affordably and securely store our clients’ content…”

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