Televisionation Friday Fireside: StreamSearch LIVE’s Marty Lafferty on UGC and More

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Televisionation Friday Fireside: StreamSearch LIVE’s Marty Lafferty on UGC and More

25
Mar

Televisionation Friday Fireside: StreamSearch LIVE’s Marty Lafferty on UGC and More

This week’s episode of The Friday Fireside welcomes television industry veteran Marty Lafferty, Chief Content Officer of StreamSearch LIVE—designed to bring order to the massive amount of user-generated content (UGC) and expand the content pool for platforms and distributors.

StreamSearch LIVE’s proprietary technology includes search functionality optimized for live video streams (“Stream Engine”), quality improvement tools for live-streaming content creators (“Streamers”), and linear feed integration systems (used by “Stream Directors”)—each area enhanced by machine intelligence.

StreamSearch LIVE’s business development initiatives are based on supplying traditional media distributors and new over-the-top (OTT) platform operators with live-stream acquisition dashboards and unique unduplicated content to enhance their television programming and video offerings or add video to their content repertoire.

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