Over the last few months the Development team at Third Light has been undertaking major work to revamp our metadata search engine and improve search performance in Chorus.Read more
Third Light continues to expand Chorus’ powerful features, with the launch of Labels and Video Embeds in its latest release.
Chorus helps marketing and creative teams to be more productive, by enabling them to access their digital files faster and to collaborate more conveniently. Now, with the addition of Labels, they can include a list of icons to visually tag files using common icons people can easily recognize. Labels can show teams when files have been used on social media, for example. In addition, to cover as many use cases as possible, such as multi-approval process, Labels also offer users the option to add text.Read more
ITV is the largest commercial television network in the UK, delivering 99% of all commercial audiences in the UK over 5 million viewers and in 2019 is achieving its highest share of viewing in 11 years. It broadcasts a wide variety of content on its family of free-to-air channels and on demand, via numerous platforms, including the ITV Hub. During its rich over 60-year history, ITV has produced stellar programs, including award-winning TV shows such as Coronation Street, This Morning and Emmerdale.Read more
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
It's useful to see how a big project can be tackled systematically, and to understand how digital media libraries work in large project. Six months into a Third Light implementation, the Concordia Publishing House team shares its experience of uploading the first 2,000 digital files into its new media library. How are they getting on? Read more