DAM - Digital Asset Management

Chorus Workflow Module brings simplicity to digital content collaboration

The Workflow Dashboard provides collaboration tools and streamlines the management of approvals across teams. It has been designed to integrate with other features of Third Light’s successful digital media library, Chorus, launched in early 2018. Users can request approval to upload, download or share files in Chorus.

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Feature-rich digital media library, a game changer for the Royal Albert Hall

The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall on the northern edge of South Kensington, London, with a capacity of 5,272 seats. In 1871, its opening year, it staged just 36 shows and now it hosts almost 400 events in the auditorium with many hundreds more hosted around the venue every year. Since 1941 the Royal Albert Hall has held the world famous Proms concerts, an eight-week summer season of daily orchestral classical music concerts with world’s leading orchestras, musicians and conductors.

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Cambridge software company, Third Light, enables VAR reporting for FA Cup games

In March 2016 the International Football Association Board (IFAB) held a historic Annual General Meeting, where a testing phase for Video Assistant Referees (VAR) was approved. This testing phase is now under way in over 20 different competitions worldwide, and is due to be reviewed in March 2018. Following the AGM meeting, in May 2017, Cambridge software company, Third Light, worked on the development of the ground-breaking VAR project for IFAB. Read more

The rising requirements for media storage and the need to plan ahead

The first digital camera prototype actually appeared in 1975, and marked the start of a relatively swift journey into the world of digital media. Today, almost all of us snap away on our digital devices, capturing everything from our Sunday lunch to major life and even global events. In our personal lives, and at work, digital media is at the heart of everything we do. We capture, we save, we share, we comment, and we use digital media to communicate in our increasingly digital world. Read more