Media & Entertainment Insights
  • Has Internet Killed the FM Radio Star?

    19 June 2017 | Blog

    From streaming services and on-demand music platforms to connected cars and other IoT devices, is traditional radio taking a backseat to the internet for introducing new artists to the world? Historically, FM radio has been the primary medium for breaking new artists. However, there...

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  • Hi-Res Audio: New Standard Or Cash Grab?

    15 June 2017 | Blog

    Can you perceive the difference between a high-quality MP3 and a lossless audio file? As a growing number of streaming platforms offer higher quality audio options for an additional cost, a question arises: How many consumers are truly willing to pay more for hi-res audio files? Hi-Res...

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  • Global Technology Consultancy DataArt Shares Insights Impact of Audio Fingerprinting on the Music Industry

    15 June 2017 | Press Release

    New York, NY, June 14, 2017 — DataArt today shared their latest findings on audio fingerprinting, a technology which carries the potential to radically change the way music is analyzed and tracked, providing a more accurate and efficient system for the industry. What Is Audio Fingerprinting? At...

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  • Anyone Can Be Whatever They Want... That’s A Bad Thing

    8 June 2017 | UK | Media

    In his regular blogpost in HuffPost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, disapproves of educational platforms that allow anybody to teach anything. He argues that such platforms make it difficult to verify qualifications and easy to favor digital skills and social media popularity...

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  • Building Sets for Virtual Assistants

    8 June 2017 | Germany | Media

    German magazine for business technologycom! professional quotes Sergey Bludov, SVP, Media & Entertainment, DataArt in the overview of expert opinions on chatbot technology.

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  • The Importance Of Metadata In The Music Industry

    2 June 2017 | Blog

    Without metadata, the music industry would come to a standstill. This vital information is required in order to manage music files, allowing data to be properly created, stored, sorted and used in a wide range of applications. Truly, metadata is a centerpiece of the industry, uniting music creation,...

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  • This Time it isn’t Personal: Why I Threw Alexa Away in Fifteen Minutes

    31 May 2017 | UK | Media

    Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, questions the current application of digital personal assistants in Huffpost Tech. He argues that the real value of these devices lies in the area of our work lives rather than our personal lives.

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  • Will The Music Industry Embrace Voice-Controlled Technology?

    24 May 2017 | Blog

    For those of you following technology industry trends, it would not be surprising that many experts have been calling 2017 the “Year of Voice”. Along with VR and AI, voice recognition has the potential for highly meaningful long-term development. Instead of controlling everything via...

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  • Music and tech brands want your data – but are they’ blurring lines’ or just improving your experience?

    22 May 2017 | Blog

    Bose is in hot water right now over allegations that the company's Connect app is unlawfully collecting and sharing the listening data of its users. An Illinois man launched a lawsuit in which he claims that Bose didn't inform consumers about its practice of storing information...

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  • Managing the Machines

    8 May 2017 | UK | Media

    European Supermarket Magazine features commentary from Denis Baranov, Senior Solution Architect at DataArt, on implementation of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning in grocery retailers’ key operations such as stock management and customer data analytics for personalized offerings.

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