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Moving data across the global content supply chain »

One of our technology partners, Dell EMC, caught up with Signiant CTO Ian Hamilton at NAB and produced this great video about the global media supply chain.

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Why We Love Media Shuttle »

We love talking to customers who are transforming the way they do business and thinking of different ways Media Shuttle can help them do even more. We thought it would be interesting to run through our top 5 favorite things about Media Shuttle.

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Groupe Média TFO Selects Signiant Software to Accelerate Distribution of Large Media Files to Cable Providers and Business Units »

Groupe Média TFO, the largest producer and distributor of French-language educational and cultural media content in Canada, has standardized on Signiant software to move and exchange large files securely among cable partners, business units across Ontario and global production and distribution organizations. Whether used for in-house production, co-production or content acquisition, Signiant solutions streamline TFO’s broadcast workflow processes and optimize internal bandwidth utilization for increased productivity and cost savings.

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Signiant CTO Ian Hamilton to Present at 2012 SMPTE Annual Technical Conference »

“The full promise of file-based workflow can only be achieved through seamless interaction between products from multiple vendors. FIMS applies SOA principles that have transformed traditional business systems architecture to the specific requirements of media,” said Hamilton. “In this presentation we’ll share practical lessons learned building the FIMS test harness and using the test harness to validate our FIMS implementation.”

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Top 10 Reasons to Try Media Shuttle »

Our new subscription-based fast file transfer software is here! And, we're offering up a free 14-day trial of Media Shuttle so you can see just how incredible it is. Read about the ‘Top 10 Reasons’ to try it today.

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Encompass UK Selects Signiant File Movement Software to Support Growth of European Network Playout Facility »

“As their clients' channel portfolios grow, Encompass is ready to help them meet the challenge of ever-decreasing timeframes for getting new services to air. By investing considerable consultative time with our client base, we are able to gain a deep understanding of their workflow challenges to deliver secure, high-performance file transfer automation solutions that integrate seamlessly into the digital media supply chains.”

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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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Signiant Signs WWE® to New Agreement »

"Like many large media enterprises, WWE recognizes the tremendous value of a fully managed solution for accelerating file transport, automatically processing content, and seamlessly connecting with business partners.”

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Signiant Automates, Moves and Securely Controls Digital Content for the Largest Library in the World »

"Signiant helps us securely manage, move, preserve and share these priceless American treasures internally and online once they are digitized, and even helps us archive user-generated content from various public websites, including Twitter. Social media updates may seem like disposable bits of pop-culture today, but future generations of archeologists may feel differently."

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