This is my last in a series of blog posts about finding a flexible solution for managing digital asset metadata. As I mentioned at the beginning of the series, digital asset metadata is a challenge because of its variety. A video asset requires different metadata than an image, and assets sold through one aggregator will require […]
Every year, publishers pay millions of dollars in legal fees to settle copyright infringement suits for misusing licensed images and other digital assets. One legal blogger has written extensively about the problem and has noted that, overall, many publishers seem to have “lousy record keeping”. One root cause is that most DAMs don’t allow users to store complex and varied metadata. Semantic technologies can help deal with many of these record keeping problems.