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24 апреля 2018 г. 05:44


By Julia Pierrepont III


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"ARVR helps build tools for the future," Google's Spotlight Stories Executive Producer, Karen Dufilho, told Xinhua, in the same meeting room.


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At the industry summit hosted by Variety in Los Angeles Thursday, industry leaders shared a comprehensive and exciting vision of how AI marketing analytics and ARVR technologies are impacting on the entertainment industry.


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Advertising in the Digital-AI Age


"Now we are fishing where the fish are," Kjerstin Beatty, Senior Vice President (SVP) Media of NBC Universal, told Xinhua. "Never before have we been able to tell advertisers: 'I can guarantee you will reach this specific audience demographic.' And with good data, we can."


Multiple experts explained how analytics and data-mining procedures are rocking the advertising and marketing industry and transforming entertainment and the consumer experience.


AI is delivering new hope to TV stations under pressure from Internet companies that have been causing serious cutbacks.


"200 million viewers pay for TV, and it's a 70 billion dollar business," reported Abbey Thomas of Tremor Video. "Targeting TV viewers with ads on all media platforms allows our advertising clients to make more memorable connections with their audience."


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"We work with our advertisers using our own data and third party partnerships, and we can now actually see if viewers bought the product advertised. This allows for very specific targeting - demographic targets, geo targets, behavioral targets..."


But some experts lamented that AI technology and data-mining technology still has a long way to go.


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AR, VR, and 360 Media


Another panel of experts explored how AR http://www.cheapnbajerseyspacers.com/Aaron-Brooks-Jersey/ , VR and 360 technologies are impacting the creative processes of storytelling and music, and transforming the consumer experience.


"Our mission is to make the world a more playful place and VR can help us do that," chuckled Chris Young, SVP of Nickelodean Entertainment Lab.


Universal Music Group recently announced an alliance with tech-company WITHIN to create AR and VR experiences with UMG's artists for music fans.


Monica Hyacinth, SVP of Digital Marketing Innovation at UMG, told Xinhua, "the sound is better with VR, you hear the music the way it's meant to be heard. We intend to use AR and VR to reimagine our artist's music videos http://www.cheapnbajerseyspacers.com/CJ-Miles-Jersey/ , augment locations, do 360 degree staging, and create a more meaningful and immersive experience between consumers and our artists."


Some networks are already actively embracing this cutting-edge technology.


Molly Swenson, humanitarian Co-Founder and Head of Brand at RYOT, thinks VR can serve a higher purpose. "Like we can use 800-lb gorilla brand advertising to make the world a better place, our VR doc on Nepal's earthquake had an almost 100 percent conversion rate from passive observers to active participants. That's transformative."


The Discovery Channel, the third largest cable channel in the U.S. and available in 409 million homes worldwide, including China http://www.cheapnbajerseyspacers.com/Domantas-Sabonis-Jersey/ , recently unveiled its first-of-its-kind, TRVLR, 360 degree VR travel series on the culture, history, traditions, and rituals of countries all around the world. Five million people have already downloaded the app to be immersed in 38 episodes of exotic foreign cultures and unique experiences from seven continents.


Discovery's Rebecca Howard, SVP of Emerging Platforms and Partnerships, enthused http://www.cheapnbajerseyspacers.com/Victor-Oladipo-Jersey/ , "VR can immerse you in someone else's life anywhere on the planet and give you an incredible experience you've never had before."


Ted Schilowitz added, "VR is new for everyone. You can live inside it. VR's interactivity and physicality allows for a real body-soul connection to the story."


Who will control creativity?


Variety Co-Editor-in-Chief, Andrew Wallenstein, queried experts if any computer could understand human behavior and taste enough to replace human creativity.


"Analytics is a tool, not a rule," Netflix's Vice President of Content and Marketing Science and Analytics, Kelly Uphoff, responded. "Data analytics is meant to support the creative process http://www.cheapnbajerseyspacers.com/ , not replace it. We're building tools for decision-makers to use to enhance the work people do. Our filmmakers are excited to geek out with our MIT data scientists. They supply interesting insights that can inspire the creative team."


Anthony Accarado, Director of R&D for the DisneyABC Television Group, added, "we build tools to help our creatives to better understand their stories."


This cutting edge technology could create whole new relationships between artists and customers as well.


"Music evolves no matter what. It's been a beacon of culture since we first tracked sales of sheet music. And it's the users and artists who d

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