Distributing linear & video-on-demand schedules worldwide
PA TV Metadata can accommodate the growing number of formats required for video metadata. Pawa, our industry-leading metadata product, already supports hundreds of file types and more are being added all the time. From linear TVA, XML or JSON files, to CableLabs and EMA Avails for VOD, Pawa can also accommodate custom exports.
Channel Management Platform
Pawa ingests and stores all of our customers database all of our customers’ channels as well as a wide range of video metadata. Exports can be sent to any TV listings service in a wide range of formats in any language. From a commercial perspective, it can offer revenue opportunities as it can serve both linear and non-linear markets.
Pawa Listings Platform
Pawa TV Listings holds a comprehensive database of hundreds of TV channels’ video metadata, from up-to-the-minute TV and VOD listings to over 10 years of historical data. This provides several of our clients including Ofcom and WebGuides with an extensive database of ‘TV intelligence’ including electronic episode programme guides, EPG’s, cast lists, EPG images, ratings and much more.
We manage over 1000 channels on more than 40 direct platform feeds and translate our work into over 30 languages worldwide
Video metadata languages include:
Press and website distribution
If you are looking to review your press distribution process, PA TV Metadata can handle this efficiently and effectively. Where required, we can work with an agreed press distribution list and set up automated delivery, in accordance with the Broadcasting Act of 1990. Similarly, files suitable for online use can be produced to ensure that web guides accurately reflect TV channel listings.
Pawa can produce a range of press documents in almost any style or format including: XML,Word, Excel, PDF and CSV. There are several ways to ensure press contacts receive data, from direct email distribution to an online press portal where users can download the required data on demand once schedules have ‘gone to press’.
We can also deliver to internal systems via return path feeds, customer-facing channel websites, Facebook TV guide, mobile apps and Twitter.