Manage multilingual versions of listings metadata
In order to attract audiences, having a supply of rich and accurate publishing information for any schedule on any platform is a must. The comprehensive PROVYS metadata model can hold all the information needed to publish the right volume and type of information on any publication system. Both printed and electronic publishing information is supported. Inheritance between series, season, programme and particular transmission as well as the option to indicate which data are relevant for a given event on each level of this hierarchy makes the whole agenda much more efficient.
Benefit from the common programme library for both linear and non-linear content. One source of metadata lets you compile multi-language, multi-format, and any-structure listings data for your television program. PROVYS offers a wide range of tools and functions that make preparing TV listings a breeze. To mention a few – automated listings time calculation with pre-defined business rules, images support, templates for individual channels and platforms, and listings data transmission check with error validation.
Comprehensive metadata model
You can profit from the content centric approach where all content and material metadata are interconnected. is ready for generating up-to date listing data. Inheritance from series to episode and slot level makes the whole process even easier.
Effective preparation tools for listings data
Simplify and speed up the preparation of listings data with standard PROVYS tools. Choose from PROVYS’s standard templates that determine which metadata will be used for publishing and how they will be presented. Define your business rules and let PROVYS calculate listings slot times. Or, run the missing listings data transmission check. And there is much more!
Content publishing for any publication system
Promote your content on any transmission channel or non-linear platform in the required format, language and structure. Check the listings data with a standard report before you send them out of PROVYS via standard file-based XML export.