Entertainment studio Electus, distributors of such popular television series as Running Wild with Bear Gryllis, Jane the Virgin, Fameless and Style by Jury, have been using WCPMedia’s cloud-based platform since last year through its international arm to deliver content to broadcasters around the world. What began as a pilot project quickly became standard operating procedure.
WCPMedia Services has added a number of new features to its media asset management platform designed to improve asset management, simplify transcoding, speed content delivery, enhance communication and collaboration, and boost marketing. Producers of the current television series The Young Pope from Sky, HBO and Canal Plus, used the WCPMedia platform to share assets with stakeholders around the globe during production and post.
Huallywood Film Studios, a giant studio park currently under construction in Hualien County, Taiwan has forged an alliance with Swiss-headquartered WCPMedia Services to deploy its cloud-based media asset management infrastructure.
WCPMedia Services’ cloud-based digital asset management platform is currently being used to manage content for Sports Memories: Rio 2016, a traveling sports media exposition depicting—after 10 years of intensive restoration—a cinematic history of world Olympic and Brazilian sports spanning 100 years.
The Federation Internationale Cinema Television Sportifs has selected WCPMedia Services’ cloud-based digital asset management system to receive, manage, store and distribute submissions to its 2016 FICTS Festivals and World FICTS Challenge.
Cinecittà Studios recently used WCPMedia Services’ cloud-based digital asset management platform WCPApp to send high resolution scans of Federico Fellini’s 1985 comic masterpiece Ginger and Fred to Paris as part of a new remastering project.
Italian/UK digital media workflow specialist Kiwii Digital Solutions recently managed the production dailies of the new movie Tini: The Big Change in Violetta using the WCPApp from WCPMedia Services. The cloud-based platform made it possible to deliver dailies and other media from the film’s set in Italy to its editorial team in Spain virtually instantaneously, saving significant time and costs.