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What will "TV" look like in the future

TV has changed, and will never be the same as before. After decades of TV channels watched according to a fixed broadcasting schedule, the rise of the Web, social networks, mobile and media streaming has contributed to a fundamental shift in how TV content is delivered and consumed.

Research project ReTV reimagines the form TV would take if it were reborn in the 21st century. TV that is adaptive to its audience, adaptable for different purposes, present to viewers on the vectors where they consume their content, personalized to each viewer’s interests.

We’re pleased to share our project results in this very first ReTV newsletter!

ReTV Tools for the Changing Media Landscape

Over the last year, we’ve been consulting our stakeholders and developed two use cases that aim to help media professionals create and distribute engaging digital content: 
  • Topics Compass Dashboard for the discovery, analysis and monitoring of newsworthy stories, topics and discussions in the digital media.
  • Content Wizard for the creation and publication of tailored audiovisual content across social media platforms.

Voices from the Industry

Back in October, ReTV project partners held the first Stakeholder Forum Meeting in Potsdam. We invited 8 professionals from media organisations across Europe to discuss how ReTV tools could support the repurposing of audiovisual content in their organisations.

Read about the
Stakeholder Meeting

AI-based Video Summarisation

Video summarization methods aim to provide a short visual summary that encapsulates the flow of the story and the essential parts of an original full-length video.

ReTV consortium member CERTH works on the development of deep learning architectures for unsupervised video summarization. Our method is capable of learning how to identify the most representative parts of a video without the use of prior training, and can be easily adapted to different types of video content.
Learn more

Video Segmentation and Concept Detection

VideoAnalysis4All is a video analysis tool for shot and scene segmentation and visual concept detection. Be one of the first to try it out and give us feedback.
Test it here

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