Automated AI Production Workflow Brings Professional Broadcasting to Everyone
Frontera Group, Inc. , a technology-focused strategic acquirer of revenue-generating companies and intellectual property, announced the launch of its Mixie AI 2.0 powered live video broadcasting solution that will be targeting automated broadcasting applications. Frontera’s recent acquisition of Intellimedia’s Mixie suite of solutions has provided Frontera with a cutting-edge mix of media technology, learning and training platforms, and event broadcasting technologies that position the company at the technology forefront of a new wave of immersive and engaging technologies that continue to redefine applications.
“Our AI-powered broadcasting solutions will keep viewers engaged utilizing automated professional-grade broadcasting and analytic techniques that compete with manual production consisting of multiple cameras and production crews. The result for our broadcast customers will be a significant cost reduction while maintaining professional quality production,” said Andrew De Luna, interim CEO of Frontera Group. Frontera’s recent acquisition of Intellimedia Networks continues to position Frontera as a prime provider of technology solutions that disrupt existing applications in broadcast, training, and event broadcasting.
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Intellimedia’s Mixie AI 2.0 solutions were utilized for Cricket AI Tata Open Tournament and the ISSF Shooting World Championship to simplify and automate the capture, analysis, discovery, and broadcast of both events. The resulting professional broadcast quality and dramatic cost reduction have become a wake-up call for both organizations to stage and broadcast future events.
The usage of AI-enabled technologies in broadcasting will allow the broadcast of large numbers of sports events for a fraction of the cost of large-team production. Several sports categories considered as “second-tier” can now benefit from a professional look. Additionally, the utilization of multiple camera angles keeps fans engaged in the live experience. The heightened broadcast experience will lead to increased monetization opportunities while supporting teams and leagues in expanding their respective fan bases.
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