Blockchain Technology and the Future of Intellectual Property Management
The media and entertainment industry is facing a number of challenges to its decades-old business model. This is because traditional legacy systems were not built with the speed and flexibility needed to support today’s dynamic on-demand culture.
MESA 2018 Spring Journal: 5 Benefits of a Single Source of Truth
In today’s fast-paced world, having multiple incongruent systems results in excessive manual data entry, double keying, and reconciliation issues. As digitalization continues to redefine the M&E space, investing in a single source of truth is no longer optional –– it’s mandatory.
Modernizing the Enterprise for the Digital Era [FREE eBook]
In recent years, the media and entertainment industry has seen an unprecedented growth in both content creation and distribution methods. However, many systems of the past were not built with the speed and flexibility needed to support today’s rapidly changing digital landscape.
Commit to the Cloud: 6 Key Traits to Look for in a SaaS-Based Rights Management Vendor (Part II)
As digitalization continues to revolutionize the M&E industry, more and more businesses are shifting to cloud-based rights management software to streamline the complex intellectual property management process.
A Shift in Star Power: Goodbye Silver Screen, Hello Small Screen
In recent years, more and more Hollywood heavyweights have made the shift from the silver screen to the small screen. What started this migration? And will the trend continue? Or will it implode? We sat down with our CEO, Jason Kassin, to get his take.
Content Rights Management: 3 Ways Blockchain Technology is Disrupting the Media and Entertainment Industry
With digitalization rapidly changing the way content is created and delivered, M&E businesses need to be able to safely manage their intellectual property. This is where blockchain comes into play.