Tag Archives: EIDR

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

MetaBroadcast CEO Looks to Increase UK EIDR Adoption

Toby Gordon, CEO of automated metadata solutions firm MetaBroadcast, is a big fan of EIDR and how the use of its IDs can benefit every corner of media and entertainment. He’s als... More

A List to Remember

On April 14, 1912 at 11:40 p.m., the RMS Titanic[1] famously hit an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic while on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York City. An estimate... More

EIDR’s Welch, Kroon Nominated for DEG Technology, Operations Awards

EIDR executive director Kip Welch and Richard Kroon, technical operations director, have been nominated in separate categories of the inaugural Technology & Operations Awards ... More

EIDR, News-Press & Gazette Talk Dynamic Content Switching at SCS

In order to maximize AVOD revenue, streaming companies can look to tailor the viewing experience to the viewer’s interests with both the content and the platform, leading to bett... More

The Title Registrar to Unveil New EIDR APIs

It has developed two APIs—one for EIDR resolution, and the other for full EIDR registration, matching, and editing. Both are JSON-based, simple to use, and designed to ease EI... More

EIDR: Standardized IDs Help M&E Companies Achieve Efficiency, Reduce Friction

Media and entertainment organizations large and small can reduce friction and gain efficiency in both manual and automated transactions by adopting common identification standards ... More

The Ides of March

March 15 (the 75th day of the Roman calendar), famously marked as the “Ides of March” (a.k.a, the middle of March), was once best known as the date by which you had to settle y... More

An Evening with John Ford

John Ford and I share two things in common: our birthdays (February 1 – he in 1894, me some years later) and poor eyesight (both of us with glasses, though he stepped it up a not... More