Customers and Clients

A selection of our clients and BLAM customers are highlighted below together with a brief synopsis of our deliverables. More information and specific case studies are available on request, please do contact us to learn more.

BLAM-in-the-Cloud providing management of the entire BAFTA archive together with workflows supporting the post production of BAFTA events and ceremonies. The system also provides for the fulfilment of clip sales. BLAM is running in AWS and utilises S3 and Glacier for storage.

Integrated BLAM managing both on-prem’ and cloud-based (AWS) storage for Banijay’s content catalogue of 250,000 titles. BLAM is integrated with a rights management system from EasyTrack and supports automated quality assurance and archiving as well as content reformatting for sales fulfilment.

Archive Digitisation BLAM-in-a-can comprising BLAM, Flexicart Controller and multi-channel Ingest. The highly automated, low user intervention operation is digitising a library of rushes material held on Sony Beta format cassettes which hold valuable content from the MUCH music channel.

Archive Digitisation flavour BLAM-in-a-can for the FACT accredited media storage vault and digitisation provider. The system comprises BLAM and multi-channel Ingest providing manual video tape digitisation, automated quality control processing, complex XML generation and media delivery.

BLAM-in-the-Cloud, hosted with Alibaba, providing story and assignment centric workflows for the largest press agency in Germany. The Blue Lucy managed system will facilitate media operations for DPAs 12 regional bureaus in Germany and a further 100 global offices. Due in Service Q4 2018.

Blue Lucy provided project management services to augment ITN’s engineering team to realise a project to relocate the news production facilities for CH5 to Gray’s Inn Road. The scope included the three project phases of analysis & design, implementation and testing & transition to service.

Archive Digitisation flavour BLAM-in-a-can comprising three channels of linear ingest and a Flexicart controller. The system provides a highly automated operational workflow for Magyar Televízió the public, and oldest, television broadcaster in Hungary. Deployed by Future Trading, Budapest.

Content Supply Chain Management flavour BLAM-in-a-can managing multi-format media ingest, quality assurance and onward distribution for the entire facility. Automated workflow processes material according to a complex set of rules based on the supplied content format. Deployed by Ideal Systems.

Integrated BLAM providing long term content archive. Integrated with an Avid MAM and a Snell playout system, BLAM will manage the migration of more than 2 petabytes of content from an LTO library to a new on-premise object-based storage. Project delivery scheduled for completion Q4 2018.

Blue Lucy has managed, or supported, several significant programmes for Sky since 2009 across three business directorates. Ranging from operational and system analysis leading to business case preparation, and software development as well as project realisation and business transformation.

Integrated BLAM supporting post production operations management. BLAM is integrated with TVT’s in house workflow and asset management system and provides media and task management for 18 edit suites. Operators use the BLAM panel for Adobe Premiere for streamline operations.

BLAM-in-the-Cloud (running in Vodafone Cloud Services data centre, Frankfurt) marketed as Content Carousel providing secure long term storage, content showcase and fulfilment capability to German based content owners. Delivered and managed in partnership with Vodafone and Netorium.