Media Asset Management: Streaming Video Landscape


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Presentation with João Gomes, Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia and Celeste Feather, LYRASIS on access and curation services for video in libraries.

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Media Asset Management: Streaming Video Landscape

  1. 1. Media Asset Management: Streaming Video Landscape Stephen Marvin, West Chester University João Gomes, Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia Celeste Feather, LYRASIS Then Now
  2. 2. FCCN Video Services Videoconference Streaming and Archive Colaborative WebConf HD Studio Media Asset ManagementE-Learning Capture FCT | FCCN
  3. 3. PublishRecord Edit
  4. 4. Media Asset Management
  5. 5. Video Services Flow HD Studio E-Learning Capture Media Asset Management Public Video Rep
  6. 6. Directory of Educatonal Resources 6 LMS Cloud Learning Management System MOOC Platform Portugal Internet Educational Resources Educational Resources for the academic community What is on the Radar?
  7. 7. Silos of the LAMs Libraries, Archives and Museums
  8. 8. Recorded presentation available from ProQuest
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  10. 10. ProQuest ProQuest does not restrict responsibility to the content of the curation project. Options to create metadata, use open metadata or harvest metadata from other sources. ProQuest can host items. ProQuest also works closely with BePress. BePress can host items as well. ProQuest can do automated or manual captioning. Sciences may not be producing many videos. Performing Arts have many rich examples of lectures, plays, concerts, conferences. A campus inventory of video production activities would be useful. Athletic events (baseball and football). Campus uses e.g., financial aid process - Course slide packages (about 150 with hand written notes accompanying the slides) COLLEGE OF ED TECHNOLOGY CENTER COMMUNICATION STUDIES HISTORY Digital Media Center
  11. 11. Kaltura Report. State of Video in Education in 2014
  12. 12. Kaltura Report. State of Video in Education in 2014
  13. 13. Academic Video Online   Alexander Street Press American History in Video, History in Video and World History in Video Black Studies in Video Counseling and Therapy in Video (Vols. I, II, and III) Criminal Justice and Public Safety in Video Dance in Video Digital Theatre Plus, Theatre in Video and BBC Shakespeare Plays Education in Video Ethnographic Video Online (Vols. I and II) Filmakers Library Online Films on Demand Kanopy Streaming Videos LGBT Studies Media Education Foundation Videos (on Kanopy) Nursing Education in Video Opera in Video Videos Rehabilitation Therapy in Video Sports Medicine and Exercise Science in Video Adding – Kaltura Naxos
  14. 14. YouTube • vLearn • Alexander Street Press • Kanopy • Artfilms • Vimeo • Digital-Tutors • • YouTube-esque platforms • industry specific online video tools • Google Video • Teacher Tube • TVNews • IEEE Learning Course References: Ariew, Susan (August 2013) Teaching and Learning with Online Educational Videos: A Subject List of Web Resources for Educators, Choice Current Reviews for Academic Libraries. Cleary, Colleen and Loria, Anne. (February, 2013) CAUL Datasets Meeting,$pdf/datasets2013cleary.pdf DeCesare, J. A. (Feb/March, 2014). Streaming video resources for teaching, learning, and research. Library Technology Reports, 50(2), 5.
  15. 15. What’s Happening in Library Land? • Public libraries spent 0.6% of collections budgets on streaming video last year – Midwest Tape, OverDrive, Freegal, Recorded Books • Academic library focus is on course support, distance education, and skills training • Competition among providers is ramping up, although not a great deal of overlapping content
  16. 16. Arizona State U Survey Results, 2013 (deg farrelly) • 70% of academic libs acquire streaming video • Higher rate of streaming among AA, BA, and Masters insts. • 87% report no institutional funding for video outside library • Subscription database taking hold as favored model
  17. 17. The Big Players – Educational Video • Alexander Street Press – 34K full length films of educational content in humanities and social science, AVON Premium, PBS, Meet the Press, new public library package • Films Media Group – 17,000 full length films in subject packages, collections tailored for academic, public, and school libraries • British Pathé – 85,000 historic films in high res, finest newsreel archive in existence from 1896-1976
  18. 18. The Not as Big Players – Educational Video • Ambrose – own productions and close relationship with BBC • Docuseek2 – exclusives with Bullfrog and Icarus • Intelecom Academic Video On Demand – Mostly own productions of clip content for first two years of core college curriculum • Naxos – Leading distributor of performing arts videos
  19. 19. The Not as Big Players – Educational Video (cont.) • ArtFilms-Digital – Documentaries and indie films aimed at niche markets • Training and skills specialists – lyndaCampus – software and business skills – – counseling, psychology – IEEE Learning Course – technical and engineering courses – DigitalTutors - movies, games, digital art design • Many others – growing field
  20. 20. The Players – Theatrical Releases • Exclusive relationships with producers: – Swank Digital – Criterion (but a new Criterion package now through Alexander Street) • Much more tightly controlled access than for educational video
  21. 21. Models • Annual database subscription (most common) • Leased titles for varying term periods • License in perpetuity (not as favored) • Pay Per View (not common) • Evidence Based Acquisition – Alexander Street and AULC, JISC • Title by Title Selection for Custom Collection • License titles for delivery on chosen system (generally from smaller providers) • Freemium
  22. 22. Other Considerations • Chunking/clipping capabilities • Downloading • DRM • Ownership, distribution rights • MARC records • Discovery service compatibility • Linking in course management software • Proxied, password access • Geographic restrictions - campus only, international? • Usage data (COUNTER COP4 – Multimedia Report 1)
  23. 23. And, of course, license issues… • Making copies permitted? • Derivative versions? • Stream only, or download (and cache)? • Public performance rights? • Resource sharing? • Accessibility?