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Company Overview of Audible Magic Corporation
Audible Magic Corporation digital media content identification technology and solution services to monetize, protect, measure, and verify content in radio and television broadcast, Internet and satellite stream, cable and satellite transmission, stored digital file, consumer device, and via network file transfer forms for advertisers and agencies, content owners, colleges and universities, measurement services, media services, content ID, replicator, and custom solutions markets. It offers Global Rights Registry that helps in tracking and managing content to capitalize on revenue opportunities, as well as protects copyrights; CopySense, a content identification technology that allows its use...
985 University Avenue
Los Gatos, CA 95032
Founded in 1999
Key Executives for Audible Magic Corporation
Founder, Chief Executive Officer and President
Co-Founder and Vice President of Technology
Vice President of Engineering & Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Audible Magic Corporation Key Developments
Audible Magic Corporation Triumphs Over Blue Spike LLC in Patent Lawsuit
Jul 14 16
Audible Magic Corporation announced that the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas granted summary judgment of non-infringement in favor of Audible Magic on patent claims brought by Blue Spike. Audible Magic also announced a settlement with Blue Spike to dismiss all outstanding claims and counterclaims between the parties. As part of that settlement, Blue Spike has agreed not to sue Audible Magic or any of its customers again for sales or use of Audible Magic’s products or services. This settlement also dismissed Blue Spike’s claims against Audible Magic’s 19 customers named in the original lawsuit.
Cybercom Group of Stockholm Uses Audible Magic Content Recognition to Synchronize Audio Descriptions and Spoken Subtitles with Movie Sound Tracks
Apr 8 15
Audible Magic announced that Cybercom Group of Stockholm has licensed its technology for Sweden’s “Available Cinema” project, making movie experiences more accessible to those with sight and reading impairments. Available Cinema, a government project managed by the Swedish Film Institute in cooperation with the Swedish Post and Telecom Authority, enables audiences with any range of vision impairment or dyslexia to enjoy pre-recorded audio descriptions of the screen action and spoken subtitles. A mobile app provides narrative through the user’s earphones, using Audible Magic’s audio fingerprinting technology for frame-accurate synchronization with the movie soundtrack. Cybercom created the Disabilities Platform, consisting of a software development kit, which can be easily incorporated within a mobile app, and separate tools to enable movie post-producers to package ‘fingerprints’ of the movie soundtrack with audio descriptions for app users to download from Sweden’s Cinema Guide server. The Swedish Film Institute intends to make the Disabilities Platform available internationally to movie distributors, broadcasters and organizations representing the vision and reading impaired.
Audible Magic Introduces Upgraded DMCA Tool for Colleges and Universities
Feb 3 15
Audible Magic Corporation announced the CopySense Network Appliance 10G. This is a new version of Audible Magic's CopySense Appliance that now accommodates a 10 GB network interface. The CopySense Appliance is popular with college and university IT organizations for its ability to reduce workload and expenses related to Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown notices. It also automates actions that educate students and other campus network users toward good digital citizenship with regard to the use and sharing of copyrighted content. With a CopySense Appliance monitoring the campus network, users that engage peer-to-peer (P2P) networks to download or share copyrighted media content get automatically redirected to information on campus network use policies. These responses are only initiated when the user attempts copyright-infringing, public sharing ofmedia content. Sharing of non-copyrighted files on P2P networks is ignored, thus allowing the campus to embrace and allow P2P file sharing for non-infringing uses. As users become educated and stop participating in public sharing of copyrighted media, the number of DMCA infractions is reduced. The institution then spends less resource following up on takedown notices.
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