In this webinar we take an up-to-date look at DAM Systems from multiple perspectives. Digital Asset Management systems allow users to manage their content with ease allowing them deliver, protect and monetise their content.
We will consider how these systems are setting new standards in digital asset licensing and copyright management, through new technologies like AI. We will discuss content importing and ingestion, rights management, keywording, licensing, and distribution.
We will also look at the challenges for DAMs and Asset Managers, and the trends this technology lends itself to going forward.
Joining us for this practical and informative discussion will be Heidi Hudson, The Kennel Club; Don Resnick, 20/20 Software; Gregg Guest, FADEL and Peter Shackleton, Capture.
Through their various long-term experience of using and working with DAM systems these speakers will share their expertise and knowledge from their different positions.
Gregg Guest, Vice President of Product Management Cloud Platform FADEL
Gregg Guest is responsible for driving FADEL’s Rights Cloud product strategies and growing the company’s presence in the digital rights management arena.
Gregg is an experienced thought leader on the complex topics of media production and content licensing, having previously worked with Marvel Entertainment, one of the leaders in character licensing and merchandising as well as HSI Productions, an award winning commercial production company. Gregg also brings over twenty years of experience in marketing and technology to the role, including jobs as Communications Manager at renowned media/IP law firm Debevoise & Plimpton, and as Director of Software at Braveline Technology. Gregg received a Fine Arts degree from New York University in Film & Television, and has won numerous awards for film making and screenwriting.
Peter Shackleton, Commercial Director at Capture Ltd
Peter is a successful Sales & Commercial leader with experience building and managing sales teams from inception to $300m across digital and mobile technologies. Peter joined Capture from SmartFrame where he has spent the last 3 years as their Business Development Director, establishing the image streaming technology. Peter now leads Capture’s Sales & Marketing team, the development and implementation of Capture’s commercial strategy and ultimately driving Capture’s continued growth.
With over 20 years of Commercial experience, Peter’s ventures in the image, video and technology industries have led to an impressive knowledge of the digital media space.
Heidi Hudson, Curator photographic collections, (Digital Asset Manager/photographer), The Kennel Club
After leaving the entertainment industry in 2006, Heidi Hudson embarked on a new journey that combined her love for photography, art, and dogs at The Kennel Club. Here, Heidi has been able to share her wealth of knowledge and experience to help the organisation produce engaging content, develop unique digital strategies, and enhance the delivery of the brands’ message. Additionally, Heidi brings expertise around project management, photography and digital asset management.
In 2017 Heidi completed a Masters in History of Art with Photography focusing on dog photography.
Donald S. Resnick, Ph.D., 20/20 Software
Don Resnick has been interested in computers and computer science since his college days. He received his Ph.D. in Psychology, with a sub-specialty in computer language and artificial intelligence. His first major programming experience was his Doctoral Dissertation, which was done on a main-frame computer using punch cards. He has taught both Undergraduate and Graduate level Psychology and Statistics.
In 1993, he developed a stock media management program called ProStock Agency with input from several stock photo agencies. As technology changed and advanced, he also authored CD Stock for Windows – a CD-ROM search-and-display program; and then PsWeb – a full-fledged eCommerce engine for the Web. Over the years, he has guided the continual upgrades of 20/20’s software to meet the ever-changing advances in media-management technology.
Although 20/20 now has a full-time staff of programmers, Don still keeps his hand in programming. Plus the combination of psychology and computer science has enhanced his listening and problem-solving skills and gives him a unique ability to understand the complexities of the human-technology interface.
When: Wednesday 18 May 16:30 to 17:30 BST
Free to BAPLA members
Flexible fees for non-members