Landmark™ Rights & Scheduling is designed to help you manage the rapid expansion of non-linear platforms with scheduling tools to manage traditional linear playlists and non-linear services such as catch up, OTT and delivery to mobile devices.
With increasing competition and the widening scope of delivery, success depends on effectively managing multiple channels across different regions, consistently, with minimum cost.
Landmark Rights & Scheduling combines planning, rights management and scheduling within one workflow-oriented solution. The comprehensive scheduling engine provides the tools to create single or multichannel presentation schedules combining program content, interstitials, commercials and promotions into a single frame-accurate playlist.
Rapidly create and replicate schedules with the interactive graphical user interface, and use wizards for the generation of complex templates and presentation structures.
Advanced Planning, Rights and Scheduling.
- Managing the asset
Content defines the channel and planning and presentation delivers the advantage. Landmark Rights & Scheduling provides unrivaled capability for the management, amortization and integration of program rights into the scheduling and presentation process. With extended workflow support along the entire process, Landmark Rights & Scheduling ensures that content rights are effectively, securely and reliably assigned within complex multi-channel and multi-region environments.
After play-out, Landmark Rights & Scheduling automates many of the regulatory obligations, creating reports on genre segmentation, regional programming and special needs while generating auditable reports for music returns and rights usage.
- Non-Linear Schedule Preparation
Landmark Rights & Scheduling enables catch-up channels to be defined, and for programs scheduled in a standard channel to automatically be scheduled within the catch-up window. If the linear program is moved, then so are its catch-up events. Landmark Rights & Scheduling also supports pure non-linear channels, enabling programs to be scheduled into defined delivery periods.