All posts by Chris Tribbey

Tamr Touts the Benefits of Data Mastering at Scale

While traditional data mastering works just fine for small, simple problems, a new approach was needed for larger, more complex projects, according to software company Tamr. As ... More

EIDR Turned to Reshuffle for New Open Source API Proxy

The new EIDR API Proxy was built on the framework of Reshuffle’s integration platform for developers that provides capabilities and applications that go well beyond EIDR’s curr... More

How Premiere Digital, EIDR Make Deduplication Easier

Premiere Digital Services (PDS) supports EIDR in a key technical role: the deduplication process, according to Robert Grayson, EIDR support manager at PDS. “We work with EIDR ... More

EIDR, DDEX Tout the Benefits of Venue ID

The movie, TV and music industries all need to identify venues where content is created and where content is used. To help achieve that for the music industry, EIDR has teamed up w... More

How Common Sense Media and EIDR Help Families Find the Right Content

It can be a challenge for parents to find the right movies and TV shows that their kids can watch, but Common Sense Media and EIDR make their jobs a whole lot easier, according to ... More

EIDR Board Outlines its Strategic Vision for 2021

EIDR’s board of directors kicked off the 11th annual EIDR meeting on April 13 with an outline of EIDR’s strategic vision for 2021. The opening panel session “Setting the S... More

EIDR Power User Group: ‘More is Better’ When it Comes to Metadata

The accuracy of metadata and the amount that content providers can provide plays a key role in how useful it will be, according to Jorge Boada, manager of metadata management at Sh... More

How EIDR’s Universal IDs Help Whip Media Provide TV, Movie Insights

Whip Media provides insights and intelligence to media and entertainment companies that help them figure out how their movies and TV shows will perform before they are made availab... More

BB-Media CEO Touts Metadata Benefits at EIDR Annual Participant Meeting

Finding something to watch used to be pretty simple. A limited number of channels, a limited number of shows (all airing at predetermined times) and simple, hand-held paper guides ... More