The event programme will include talks from invited speakers on the following topics:
- Automatic extraction of (meta)data from TV media assets (visual, audial and/or textual features) and data interoperability with low-level feature data (e.g. MPEG-7) and high-level semantics (e.g. Knowledge Graphs)
- Use of extracted metadata (and its interoperability with external data) in automatic summarization, remixing or repurposing of TV media assets
- Use of extracted metadata (and its interoperability with external data) in in-stream personalisation of TV content (both spatial and temporal modification of text, audio, video)
- Use of extracted metadata (and its interoperability with external data) in the recommendation and scheduling of TV content on different channels and targeting different audiences
We hope to build up the community of academic and industry researchers and practitioners working in the intersection of data and television, with new possibilities for knowledge and technology transfer and promotion of shared data formats and vocabularies.
15:00 – 15:10 Welcome & Introduction
15:10 – 15:50 UX Design: Personalisation and adaptive presentation of family video stories.
Keynote speaker: Sara Kepplinger (SNIPIN ) Sara’s invited talk concerns the development towards a use case for personalisation and adaptive presentation of family video stories. The application in development makes use of new ways of interactivity with focus on user-centred design. The talk is mainly about the user experience design.
15:50 – 16:10 Metadata-driven TV, Content Re-purposing and Re-publication
Lyndon Nixon (ReTV) The ReTV project shows and explains its TV content re-purposing and re-publication tool, which uses prediction to suggest topics and events to focus a future TV/Web/social publication on, content from archives & broadcast to re-use and guides the creation of a publication at an optimal time to maximise the content’s reach and engagement.
16:10 – 16:30 Multi-purpose media metadata to fuel applications? Combinations of data and human curation
Lauri Saarikoski (MeMAD) The MeMAD project develops and tests tools for managing media collections and extracting data out of them. What is the user experience of metadata in different media production use cases? How do metadata interchange formats and machine translation help when automated data is collected from multiple sources and applied to different tasks?
16:30 – 16:40 Lightning Talks sessions
16:40 – 16:50 Break
16:50 – 17:10 Global Identity Graph
Kalev H. Leetaru (The GDELT Project) The GDELT monitors the world’s news media from nearly every corner of every country in print, broadcast, and web formats, in over 100 languages, every moment of every day.
17:10 – 17:30 Steps towards automation in the production of interactive content
Jo Kent (BBC Newslabs) & Mike Armstrong (BBC R&D) BBC R&D are combining their StoryKit object-based media project with the BBC Newslabs Slicer project which uses production metadata to segment content. The aim is to explore ways of creating interactive and personalised content from standard linear productions, initially focusing on the BBC’s News output
17:30 – 17:50 Overview of the immersive media approach in MPEGI
Imed Bouazizi (Qualcomm) An overview on the immersive media approach in MPEG – envisioned work for Scene Description (and standards)
17:50 – 18:00 Lightning Talks sessions
18:00 – 18:30 Panel and closing