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Veritone Partners with TuneIn to Transform Broadcast Streaming Management and Analytics

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Veritone, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based artificial intelligence (“AI”) analytics and cognitive solutions, today announced that it has signed an agreement with TuneIn, the world’s largest audio streaming network with over 60 million monthly active users. The agreement provides TuneIn a license to Veritone’s first-of-its-kind Cognitive Media Platform™ (CMP) to index, analyze, search and share TuneIn’s owned and operated content… The Veritone platform provides near real-time, AI-based media capture, indexing and search capabilities to its clients in the media, sports and broadcast industries. An innovative leader in audio streaming, TuneIn is one of the latest companies to team with Veritone to revolutionize the digital broadcast and streaming industry utilizing innovative AI-based search technology that provides a secure, scalable and cost-effective platform for managing audio programming.”

The release goes on, “The Cognitive Media Platform™ enables media organizations to analyze audio and video in near real-time, providing a 360-degree understanding of their media and its value. For TuneIn, being powered by Veritone means they can ensure content yield is being maximized, translating to a higher level of program quality and unlocking creative revenue streams. As an audio streaming network with a global reach in more than 230 countries and territories, TuneIn offers the world’s best audio experience across sports, news, music and talk genres. Its diverse mix of content includes over 100,000 live radio stations and 5.7 million on-demand programs from podcasts to audiobooks.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Veritone

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