Videntifier Works with FADEL to Stop Unauthorized Broadcast Use
FADEL ARC EXTENDS VIDENTIFIER’S CONTENT RECOGNITION SOFTWARE WITH RIGHTS CLEARANCE
New York, NY – September 8th, 2016 – TV content distributors worried about unauthorized use now have a new compliance weapon in their armory, thanks to a collaboration between FADEL and Videntifier. FADEL, leading providers of cloud-based intellectual property (IP) rights and royalty management software and Videntifier, innovators of content detection technology, are joining forces to provide an integrated compliance monitoring service.
As the number of opportunities to exploit content and the platforms used to manage it both grow, it has become increasingly hard to track usage. Content owners, broadcasters, studios and distributors who have traditionally relied on trust and goodwill face a growing risk.
“Videntifier’s innovative technology monitors each use of content on broadcast TV and non-linear platforms, and FADEL’s tools clear the content rights against deal terms in real time. This includes tracking the number of runs, the platforms on which the content is broadcast and streamed, and the territories in which it’s available. This joint solution will actively grow content distribution and licensing businesses,” said, Tryggvi Benediktsson, CCO at Videntifier.
“Broadcasters in particular are experiencing significant disruption to business processes because of growing distribution channels and the added complexities that OTT content presents,” said Tarek Fadel (@FadelTarek), Founder and CEO of FADEL. “This cooperation with Videntifier will help our clients stay ahead of the curve.”
FADEL is a provider of cloud-based Intellectual Property Rights and Royalty Management software for Media, Entertainment, Publishing and High Tech. Built on a robust and adaptable architecture, FADEL IP Management software has been recognized for its end-to-end capabilities across the IP licensing lifecycle – from negotiation to payment. The trusted authority for the tracking and monetization of intellectual property usage, FADEL enables businesses to verify, capture and manage rights and royalties for their IP assets through its portfolio of software and expert services. Founded in 2003, FADEL is headquartered in Rye, New York, and also operates offices in New York City, Los Angeles, London, and Lebanon. For more information, visit www.fadel.com.
Videntifier is a leading provider of content recognition services for media and defense applications. Videntifier’s patented technology can host one way encoded fingerprints of enormous amounts of video content and images, and identify video reference material within seconds. Usually a single frame is enough to identify the entire video, despite drastic modifications. The company is headquartered in Reykjavik (Iceland) and has offices in Luxembourg and Shanghai, China. For more information, visit www.videntifier.com.