Broadcast Archive Workflow

Step by step guide on archiving your broadcast clips.

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Written by Whitney W.
Updated over a week ago

If you are a global broadcast customers you have the ability to edit and save clips that will be accessible on the Meltwater platform indefinitely. Archived clips will be accessible under Tags. You can archive any clip that has been picked up over the last 30 days into the archive folder. An UNLIMITED amount of clips can be archived!

NOTE: The Broadcast Archive option is only available for customers with the broadcast archive feature. Please reach out to your accounts team if you have questions on feature access.

Broadcast Archive vs. TVEyes downloads

Broadcast Archive - permanent video and audio link stored in the cloud with max duration of 10 minutes, meaning the archived clips can only be 10 min long. This can be emailed internally.

TVE Direct Download - mp4 video and audio file delivered and stored on end user's desktop.

How to use Broadcast Archive

  1. When accessing a Broadcast TV or Radio clip from the content stream (i.e. Inbox, Search, Explore, Tags), you will see the archive option in the Editor tab.

  2. You can select a custom section of a clip and "archive" it.

  3. The archived clip is automatically added to your account as added content and tagged to a folder titled “Broadcast Archive”. This process can take between a few minutes to an hour.

  4. To view all archived clips, navigate to Content -> Tags and select the tag folder titled "Broadcast Archive". You can add custom tags to archived clips (and remove the default tag).

  5. Archived clips are stored with the metadata that matches the selection of the clip (e.g. STT of selection), and categorized as Broadcast content. This way, you can also find it again in your Explore/broadcast searches.

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