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France: Google fined €250m for IP breaches

French regulators have fined Google €250 million for breaching an agreement over paying media companies for reproducing their content online. The Competition Authority said it was fining the company for breaches linked to intellectual property rules related to news media publishers. The regulator also cited concerns about Google’s AI service. It said Google’s AI-powered chatbot […]

March 20, 2024

Report: 5G, AI impacting broadcast production

Video networking solutions provider Haivision has released the results of its fifth annual Broadcast Transformation Report which reveals the industry’s top technology priorities and trends in live video contribution, IP and cloud adoption, 5G, and artificial intelligence. Key findings include: SRT continues to be the most widely adopted transport protocol: 68 per cent of respondents use […]

March 20, 2024

Newsbridge rebrands as Moments Lab

AI and video search company Newsbridge has unveiedl its new identity: Moments Lab. The rebrand includes a new logo, visual identity, and company name that the company says better encompasses its vision and mission: harnessing the power of multimodal and generative AI to eliminate sourcing roadblocks for content teams worldwide, empowering them to preserve and […]

March 19, 2024

Stream Hatchet launches AI-powered news platform

Stream Hatchet, a provider of data analytics for the live streaming industry and wholly-owned subsidiary of GameSquare Holdings, has announced the launch of its AI-powered news platform and a website upgrade. Stream Hatchet says its new website elevates traditional news sources by creating a dynamic AI-driven insights hub that delivers daily articles on relevant live […]

March 14, 2024

EU passes AI compliance law

The European Parliament has approved the first legal framework aimed at constraining the risks of AI. The AI Act works by classifying products according to risk and adjusting scrutiny accordingly. EU law makers said it would make the tech more “human-centric.” “The AI act is not the end of the journey but the starting point […]

March 13, 2024

Survey: Consumers don’t want AI-generated news

In response to Google launching a program for news publishers which offers access to AI tools in order to help them produce content, Bynder has conducted a survey of 2,000 consumers in the UK & US, which uncovered that news articles are the form of written copy that consumers believe should be written by a […]

March 8, 2024

IAS expands MFA AI-driven solution

Integral Ad Science (IAS), the media measurement and optimisation platform, has announced the expansion of its Made for Advertising (MFA) AI-driven solution. With this enhancement, IAS says it now provides advertisers with a solution that can measure and optimise against both MFA and Ad Clutter sites to drive maximum efficacy across the programmatic buying process. […]

March 5, 2024

Survey: AI ad disclosure increases consumer trust

Yahoo, in collaboration with Publicis Media, has released Trust Through Transparency: The Future of AI and Advertising, a new study exploring consumer and advertiser perspectives, acceptance, usage and trust of artificial intelligence in the advertising industry. Polling over 1,200 US consumers and more than 350 US advertisers, the survey revealed a disparity in AI sentiment between […]

February 29, 2024

Survey: Sports media innovation cycles accelerating

Almost four out of five sports executives (79 per cent) believe automated content creation will impact their business significantly, 61 per cent believe remote production technology will be just as game-changing, according to the latest installment of Altman Solon’s 2023 Global Sports Survey. The survey of over 150 global sports executives and 2,500 consumers across […]

February 27, 2024

OpenAI Sora ‘could end studio production’

Tyler Perry, the US film and TV entrepreneur, has paused the $800 million expansion of his Atlanta studio complex after the release of OpenAI’s video generator Sora and warned that “a lot of jobs” in the film industry will be lost to artificial intelligence. Perry said he had been in the process of adding 12 […]

February 23, 2024