Utilizing Semantics in the
Production of iTV Shows
European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2009)
Demonstration paper

Georg...
Ingredients of the Demo
      •     Starting point: Imagine a mass media    •   Implementation
            event with     ...
Scientific and Technological Challenges
      • Development of an intelligent content model
              – Understanding ...
The Knowledge Model




                                                 Term model                                       ...
The LIVE Production Support Toolset




       Staging console support
       Feedback analysis
       Recommender tool
  ...
LIVE Staging of Media Events



                                          Follow us into the era of semantically
         ...
Contact
      • Further information
              – Web site: www.ist-live.org (see D7.4 for a reference to the IMF)
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Utilizing Semantics in the Production of iTV Shows (ESWC 2009)

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This slideshow was used to present a demo paper during ESWC 2009 in Heraklion (Crete). The paper gives an overview of the semantic aspects of an advanced, semantics-based broadcasting production support system designed to enable the creation of interactive multi-channel television shows. The “Intelligent Media Framework” forms the middleware of this system and was developed in the context of the European integrated project LIVE. The envisaged “intelligence” is based on formal, machine understandable descriptions of the content and the events. We demonstrate the successful usage of the system by a broadcasting corporation in a field trial with several hundred end consumers, conducted during the Olympic Games in Beijing, August 2008.

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Utilizing Semantics in the Production of iTV Shows (ESWC 2009)

  1. 1. Utilizing Semantics in the Production of iTV Shows European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC 2009) Demonstration paper Georg Güntner, Dietmar Glachs, Rupert Westenthaler Salzburg Research Forschungsgesellschaft m.b.H. Date: 03/06/2009 Location: Hersonissos, Greece Presenter: Georg Güntner
  2. 2. Ingredients of the Demo • Starting point: Imagine a mass media • Implementation event with – Development of a real-time production – 23.000 athletes support system – 14.000 officials – “Intelligent Media Framework” based – 6.500 events on semantic concepts deals with • aggregation – 1.100 teams • storage – 12 parallel video • propagation live feeds • filtering – 200 archival clips • visualisation • The vision: The production of a of contextual information – real-time – Annotation, detection and – non-linear extraction of “knowledge” – interactive – Recommendation and – multi-channel (5 channels) personalisation video show in broadcasting quality • Performance indicators (field trial) – 3 x 2 x 5 x 5h = 150h of material – 110.000 action messages sent – 18.000 terms in 65 vocabularies – 100.000 activities detected and stored – 18.000 knowledge items created (c) LIVE Consortium, 2009 (www.ist-live.org) 02 June 2009 2
  3. 3. Scientific and Technological Challenges • Development of an intelligent content model – Understanding of the LIVE domain (broadcasting, events, staging, sports, …) Subject Matter Professional – Research on knowledge and Annotation User conceives information requirements of the Information interprets expresses Propositional LIVE staging process. contains Item Description subclass of Intelligent realises – Foundational grounding for Media Asset contains Content about Content Classification Item Description interactions between content Content • NewsML • MPEG 7 Structured Classification and knowledge Annotation Event Situation Staging Situation • Development of an intelligent media framework – Understand standards of the domains (MPEG-7, NewsML, IPTC, …) – Information integration for internal and external information sources – Storage of and access to intelligent content objects – Support the real-time character of the LIVE staging environment (c) LIVE Consortium, 2009 (www.ist-live.org) 02 June 2009 3
  4. 4. The Knowledge Model Term model Activity model Extension of SKOS Part of the event domain model attitude Role Task towards Individual plays sequenced by Course acted by Agent performs Activity Design sequenced by acts for proper part Social- member of Individual participate satisfies subclass of Event Group setting for Event Setting Event domain model Intelligent content model (media assets) Based on the participation and the agent-activity pattern Based on the information object design pattern (c) LIVE Consortium, 2009 (www.ist-live.org) 02 June 2009 4
  5. 5. The LIVE Production Support Toolset Staging console support Feedback analysis Recommender tool Human annotation tool system LIVE production (c) LIVE Consortium, 2009 (www.ist-live.org) 02 June 2009 5
  6. 6. LIVE Staging of Media Events Follow us into the era of semantically enhanced interactive TV production. See you soon in the demo session! (c) LIVE Consortium, 2009 (www.ist-live.org) 02 June 2009 6
  7. 7. Contact • Further information – Web site: www.ist-live.org (see D7.4 for a reference to the IMF) – Showcase website (soon): www.ist-live.org/showcase – info@ist-live.org • Presenters: – Georg Güntner georg.guentner@salzburgresearch.at – Dietmar Glachs Salzburg Research dietmar.glachs@salzburgresearch.at Jakob Haringer Strasse 5/3 – Rupert Westenthaler A-5020 Salzburg rupert.westenthaler@salzburgresearch.at Austria www.salzburgresearch.at (c) LIVE Consortium, 2009 (www.ist-live.org) 02 June 2009 7

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