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DigiClips are searching for students to help develop a Radio Television Search Engine.
The development of this project will take a team effort to complete the project. To accomplish this project will also take a fair amount of research and development.
The project will provide a web search engine to capture stream and analyze television, radio, social networks
(Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc), on line newspapers, magazines, blogs, etc. for general public and
public relations executives for personal and organizational use for media analysis.
The functionality is to provide through a key word search through close caption to match and parse the close caption
to still pictures, click and play the video/audio of the segment searched for and generate text reports.
Through their research they believe the application(s) should be written using C ++ for the development of the
extraction of closed caption from off of the tuners, .net and SQL to capture close caption along with video/audio and
import into a time line into SQL relational database, which will be the behind the scenes application. C# can be
used for the development of the website to provide the delivery of the videos with closed caption the end user.
The front end web site needs to be developed for end users to access their data. Although DigiClips, Inc. does have
preferences for the development of this application in the previously mentioned languages and database, the project
team may find other methods of development if the project calls for it.
The project team will be led by the owners of DigiClips, Inc. with all technical expertise provided by an IT
administrator with 20 years of experience. The project team will have access to a development platform via VPN,
which will include the hardware necessary for development of this project.
Students involved with this project will gain valuable experience in working with video, audio and text data with
associated state of the art technologies art technologies and real world web application development.
They are offering college credit.