How does the eMM platform help you to make your daily media monitoring tasks easier?
Daily media monitoring tasks can be handled automatically, in-house, where the organization knowledge is, where confidentiality on specific matters is guaranteed and where the time for a sudden need or a special focus is available.
Storage of at least 30 days of video/audio with the quality it was broadcasted. eMM does not compress video data to save disk space as all competitors do, therefore only eMM has an archive of original quality (high definition) in which the broadcast was originally broadcast.
Capability to download video clips in the desired length of the same quality in which they were transmitted.
Media monitoring material immediately at your disposal.
Interruption-free splicing of clips – eMM Dart reproduces the original quality, free of crack or click at artificial segment boundaries every minute, thus providing a smooth disruption-free stream.
Query visualization – user-friendly interface which facilitates the process of making queries by automatically showing a graphic of what is being specified in your Boolean-search profile, hereby making your media monitoring tasks a breeze.
Content Feed – maintaining security by using a specialised user ID to fetch results for use in your own content management system – for all editors including content from all users of one organization.
Feeds are available for edited or non-edited notifications
Feeds include all the metadata
Channel Editor – The channel editor makes use of eMM’s proprietary channel database with information collected since 2007, comprising now over 22,000 channels from 108 countries and including information like media type, country, city, ownership (private or public sector).
Language Model Update – allows users to submit new words and their context to be added to the speech-to-text system.
Possibility to set up and scale media monitoring independently
Guaranteed time saving and confidentiality
Functions regarding alerting, transcriptions, generating videos and dispatching clips to audience
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