The Archive Challenge

The Archive Challenge

With the ever-increasing consumption of content there comes an equal demand to acquire, manage and deliver it. Clearly the pace of new content creation and production will continue to deliver a significant volume. However, there is also a large amount of valuable...
TMD Updates and Industry Trends

TMD Updates and Industry Trends

An interview with industry thought leader, Tony Taylor, TMD Executive Chairman London, September 2019 As the global media ecosystem evolves from what has been a relatively simple traditional linear broadcast distribution model to a complex multi-faceted and...
TMD presents COEUS at ERA London Customer Event

TMD presents COEUS at ERA London Customer Event

Soho, London, July 2019 With the volume of content and the necessity for secure cost-effective storage and archive management facilities ever-increasing, being smart with media management solutions and ensuring assets are protected, accessible and discoverable is key...
What are the benefits of a service oriented architecture?

What are the benefits of a service oriented architecture?

With industry buzzwords like “software-defined” and “IP” and “COTS” flung around at present, “service-oriented architectures” seem like a throwback to a simpler era. In truth, these are all parts of the same process, and the service-oriented architecture is actually...
Practical strategies for the storage of media content

Practical strategies for the storage of media content

One of the key challenges in the transition from traditional broadcast architectures to new media is the need to develop practical strategies for the storage of content. The video and audio formats we have relied upon for decades are now obsolete: no new VTRs are...
TMD’s Workflow Environment

TMD’s Workflow Environment

As with many other industries, broadcast, media and archive organisations have been very dependent on manual workflows for business processes, along with the huge volume of paperwork, emails and phone calls required to manage them. Although in the world of videotape...