Sourcing content from a variety of publishers, packaging it in value-added ways and distributing to a large number of destination platforms is one of the most important challenges for online media. Recently, major public media content publishers joined forces to solve this problem by building a digital content exchange system called the Public Media Platform (PMP). The Public Media Platform’s engine is a new Hypermedia API built on a Node.js stack. Join Irakli Nadareishvili of NPR, the principal architect of the PMP for a conversation about how the Platform’s API was designed, why Node.js was chosen and the lessons learned.
Irakli Nadareishvili, Director of Engineering, NPR
From Node Summit 2013 (December 4, 2013)