Title: DAM Systems: Content Searchability, Compliance and Challenges for DAM Systems and Asset Managers
Date/Time: Wednesday, May 18 at 11:30 AM EST / 4:30 pm BST
In this webinar, you will learn how to improve the overall author experience by arming authors and agents with the tools to do business with ease.
FADEL is excited to be participating on the BAPLA webinar on DAM Systems: Content Searchability, Compliance and Challenges for DAM Systems and Asset Managers, where industry experts will be discussing the importance of DAM for image licensors, regardless how big or small the company.
The panel will address
- DAM as a way to organize and store content, and make content easily searchable
- Key requirements to properly integrate a DAM system and how to implement it
- The importance of DRM as a way to manage and give visibility into contract rights and ensure proper and continued usage
FADEL expert, Gregg Guest, will be introducing and discussing rights management from a content angle, regarding content access and searchability, as well as challenges for DAMs and asset managers. More specifically, he will touch upon
- leveraging AI and Visual Search capabilities
- the complexity behind deciphering content rights
- the mechanisms ensuring compliance across the content workflow
- specific challenges such as visibility, copyright & brand compliance, expirations, and others
Gregg Guest, VP of Product Management Cloud, FADEL
Gregg Guest is responsible for driving FADEL’s Rights Cloud product strategies and growing the company’s presence in the digital rights management arena. Gregg is an experienced thought leader on the complex topics of media production and content licensing, having previously worked with Marvel Entertainment, one of the leaders in character licensing and merchandising as well as HSI Productions, an award-winning commercial production company. Gregg also brings over twenty years of experience in marketing and technology to the role, including jobs as Communications Manager at renowned media/IP law firm Debevoise & Plimpton, and as Director of Software at Braveline Technology. Gregg received a Fine Arts degree from New York University in Film & Television, and has won numerous awards for film making and screenwriting.