Pay TV Monitoring
In order to follow up the audiovisual works broadcasted on pay-TV systemically and automatically, we developed the Conditioned Access Service Program Monitoring System (MP-SeAC).
The platform is responsible for direct capturing and indexing of the video signal from pay TV channels. With the system, it is possible to capture, process, index and store audiovisual works broadcasted on pay TV.
Automatic Video Recognition (VS): it enables automatic localization of videos within a repository based on a sample of these videos;
Digital Work Registration (RDO): it enables registration of audiovisual works in Ancine in an automated way;
Open TV Signal Capture Platform (TV2IPE): a platform similar to MP-SeAC, but for open TV.
Registration of companies, audiovisual works, registration of programming channels and the inspection of the obligation to broadcast Brazilian content, done by means of reports sent by 106 pay TV channels and the recording of the whole programming of each of them.
These data enables Ancine to obtain information necessary for its institutional operation, which includes compliance with Article 16 of Law No. 12,485/2011, which set forth a minimum period of 3 hours and 30 minutes per week of unpublished programming produced in Brazil by pay TV channels, in addition to periodic evaluation of the effectiveness of the strategies promoted by means of the Audiovisual Sector Fund.
TV content funding indicators. This is possible by crossing data offered by this and other systems.
“RNP has added a network of researchers spread throughout the country, its capacity of network infrastructure, development of complex research projects and its executive capacity to structure this service for collection and storage of the published works and above all, in the process of indexing of these works, which is what effectively enables us to work, follow up and make the identifications we need”.
President of Ancine
“RNP is one of the most relevant partners for Ancine and has helped us make a great institutional jump. The MP-SeAC project has made it possible to follow up pay-TV channels closely by means of much better system than those used in the international market. And in this new phase, we are very excited with the possibility for Ancine to work with the new monitoring prototype for open digital TV.”
Executive Superintendent of Ancine
“According to Law 12,485, the pay-TV channels with qualified space must offer at least 3:30 hours of national content a week. This platform enables Ancine to inspect the compliance with the law and, if necessary, generate evidence from the stored material.”
RNP Solution Manager