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The Delivery Workspace simplifies the media supply chain. A distributed repository of media assets, shared by producers and broadcasters, ensures secure and timely delivery of programme material, metadata, and collateral media.
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Limecraft seamlessly connects the Media Asset Management (MAM) systems of the producer and the distributor, centralising content and metadata. This, in turn, enables a more structured, secure and efficient supply chain.
Delivery workspaces are created via a delivery request issued by an ERP or traffic management system.
A real-time dashboard shared by all stakeholders keeps them updated about planned, ongoing and approved submissions and approval.
All relevant stakeholders are kept updated on progress throughout the process.
Either the producer or the broadcaster starts the process by creating a delivery request. A delivery workspace is bootstrapped in seconds based on a template that includes the full Bill of Material and metadata specification.
Producers can submit content, metadata, subtitle files, press kits and ancillary media. Upon submission, content and metadata are verified at the source by Limecraft prior to notifying the content manager on the receiving end.
Upon successful submission, the content manager on the receiving end is notified. They can approve or reject the submitted content elements. Explanatory notes can be exchanged.
Upon verification and approval, content elements are forwarded to the final location, their availability is acknowledged in the traffic management system, and all stakeholders are notified of the successful delivery.
All of the relevant stakeholders are notified of successful delivery, by email, slack or teams, or otherwise
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