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BuiltInColorado–Whereas people have to deal with safely storing beloved family videos and vacation photos, organizations such as the NCAA and the BBC are challenged to keep decades worth of video content accessible and organized. Denver’s T3Media helps these and many more organizations store the petabytes of video and other visual data they collect over the […]
ExecutiveBiz–Video management and licensing services provider T3Media has won a five-year contract to connect government agencies to the Defense Department’s visual data archive. The Defense Imagery Management Operations Center will open the Pentagon’s large volumes of unclassified and released video clips, audio files, photographs and documents to other agencies by using T3Media’s Library Manager tool, […]
Big thanks to all of our agency and production clients who made it to our 4th Annual Ping Pong Showdown in New York on Tuesday. It was great to see everyone brought their A game! Congrats to Hill Holiday’s Riomar Welch, who went up against Nomad Editing Co’s Alexander Chizhov in the finals and took […]
Cable Spotlight–T3Media signed an expanded short-form footage licensing deal with Discovery Communications, a nonfiction media company. T3Media specializes in cloud-based storage, access and licensing for enterprise-scale video libraries. Its technology platform and services helps media owners to generate new value from their content. To read the full article, click here.
VideoNuze–T3Media has integrated its cloud-based T3 Library Manager content management solution with Amazon Web Services (AWS), so that common clients can seamlessly connect to their Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier accounts. Mark Lemmons, T3Media’s CTO, explained to me that the company’s content provider clients gain a new level of scale and control over their storage […]
POV: Documentaries with a Point of View (PBS.org)–It might not be until after you’re done in the field and have wrapped your interviews that you realize you’ll need some extra footage you just can’t capture yourself. Want shots of a bustling street in downtown Detroit during the 1950s? Need some footage of women playing golf […]