NexGenTV: Providing Real-Time Insight during Political Debates in a Second Screen Application

Abstract : Second screen applications are becoming key for broadcasters exploiting the convergence of TV and Internet. Authoring such applications however remains costly. In this paper, we present a second screen authoring application that leverages multimedia content analytics and social media monitoring. A back-office is dedicated to easy and fast content ingestion, segmentation, description and enrichment with links to entities and related content. From the back-end, broadcasters can push enriched content to front-end applications providing customers with highlights, entity and content links, overviews of social network, etc. The demonstration operates on political debates ingested during the 2017 French presidential election, enabling insights on the debates.
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Olfa Ahmed, Gabriel Sargent, Florian Garnier, Benoit Huet, Vincent Claveau, et al.. NexGenTV: Providing Real-Time Insight during Political Debates in a Second Screen Application. MM 2017 - 25th ACM International Conference on Multimedia, Oct 2017, Moutain View, United States. ⟨hal-01635966⟩

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