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  • SDI Media Saves Time and Money With Signiant’s Intelligent File Movement Software

    Given its broad industry reach, SDI sought a solution that was widely accepted by the media and entertainment industry. With Signiant, the company felt secure knowing that many of the world’s leading broadcasters and studios entrust their digital media management to Signiant.
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  • NFL Network Moves Gameday Footage Coast-to-Coast With Signiant

    Using Signiant, NFL Films footage from each game can be uploaded to a secure, shared, digital storage folder to be reviewed and edited by NFL Network employees. These clips are then securely sent across a high-speed, Wide Area Network (WAN) spanning almost 3,000 miles.
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  • Lifetime Networks Moves HD and SD Content Cross Country with Signiant

    Using Signiant, Lifetime transfers its video content considerably faster than it could using traditional distribution of physical tapes and at a significantly lower cost than real-time video circuits. Lifetime estimates that it transfers dozens of promos a day and more than 100 promos a week using Signiant.
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  • Digital Domain Saves Time and Optimizes Production Workflows with Signiant

    Digital Domain chose Signiant’s file movement software to meet the company’s high throughput requirements, streamline the file transfer process and increase editing productivity, . The solution’s central management functionality enables Digital Domain’s production staff to speed delivery of content while monitoring the multi-step process of creating 3D content from 2D original material.
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  • Deluxe Conquers Film Distribution Deadlines Reliably and Securely with Signiant Media Manager

    A film’s domestic version can change throughout the post-production process, typically very close to its release date, leaving little time to make the necessary changes to the international versions. To meet increasing industry demands, Deluxe chose to transition from hardware and satellite-based distribution technology to file-based technology from Signiant.
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  • Signiant Keeps Current TV Viewers …Current

    Approximately one-third of Current’s on-air broadcast consists of user-generated content, submitted via short-form, non-fiction video “pods.” Each pod, which runs between two and 12 minutes in length, is created and submitted by viewers in more than 51 million households spanning the U.S., U.K., and Ireland via the Current website.
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  • Signiant Media Exchange Faciliates Fast, Secure Transfer of Video Assets for Japan’s Mainichi Broadcasting System

    In observance of MBS’s anniversary, “Around the World in 60 Days” plotted the adventures of Japanese journalist Nishi Yasushi as he traveled to multiple destinations on each continent and sampled the food and local culture along the way. Every day, the engineering team used the So-Air service to file video reports from each location over public Internet connections using Signiant software.
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  • Berliner Synchron Chooses Signiant for Fast, Secure, and Managed File Exchanges with Business Partners

    Working with the foremost motion picture distributors, Berliner Synchron has built its business on top-shelf service and high-quality dubbing in all European languages. Using Signiant, they help clients maximize the revenue potential of their movies and other content by speeding the distribution of foreign language versions to market.
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  • Building Media-Centric Video Facilities, Channel Five Implements a File-Based Workflow

    With multiple sites across London and a mix of outsourced and in-house resources, Five’s model presented a number of challenges as it looked to evolve its tape-based operation to a file-based workflow. Yet the broadcaster regarded the move to a file-based workflow as much more fundamental than a technology project. It’s a business transformation, driven by a change in culture, enabled by technology.
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