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Metal Toad Recognized as Key Partner For New AWS Media & Entertainment Initiative

Metal Toad is proud to be recognized as a key partner for the recently launched AWS for Media & Entertainment initiative. 

AWS for Media & Entertainment is a new initiative that helps content creators, rights holders, producers, and distributors easily identify industry-specific AWS capabilities and accelerate transformation across five key industry business areas: Content Production; Direct-to-consumer and Over-the-top (OTT) Streaming; Broadcast; Media Supply Chain & Archive; and Data Science & Analytics.

As a part of the AWS for Media & Entertainment initiative, Metal Toad received special recognition for Data Science & Analytics for Media. Data Science & Analytics for Media focuses exclusively on media intelligence solutions using machine learning, data leaks, analytics, and databases to create and build dynamic audience experiences while saving time and reducing costs.

Benefits of Data Science & Analytics for Media include optimizing audiences and analytics, easily integrating AI into media content workflows, and increasing content discovery, accessibility, and personalization. 

Curious how your company can benefit from Data Science & Analytics for Media? Visit our contact page to speak with a member of our team today! 

Date posted: September 28, 2021

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Tony Rost, Chief Technology Officer

Tony believes that customers' technology problems can be solved with deep respect, sound data, strong process, and adventurous teams. He uses data-driven methods to improve all stages of the development lifecycle – from design, to beta, to final deployment. With numerous ties to the open-source community, Tony also works to solve client problems faster and more effectively with well-tested open-source solutions.

Several dozen products have shipped under his guidance over the past 14 years: collaborative internal sites at Nike, social networking integrations with Adidas, server-monitoring websites at Hewlett Packard, open source contributions to Drupal, entertainment sites such as The Emmys, community sites such as FearNET, and HTML5 apps for tablets and Smart TVs.

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