A Practical Guide to AWS Media Services

| December 20, 2017

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Download The Practical Whitepapers to AWS Media Services and learn about the functions of each individual service, the business objectives served and the challenges addressed. These include:The impact of changing video markets on video providers,How video providers have begun to incorporate cloud-based video services,The demand for more flexible, capable video processing and delivery options.

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Sinking Ship Entertainment

We make Emmy nominated, award-winning TV programmes and digital properties. Around the world and at home in Canada, kids and grownups alike have smiled, laughed, learned and played along with our long slate of shows.Playgrounds and puppets! Robots and dinosaurs! Everyday adventures and overseas excursions! Sinking Ship's innovative original programmes reflect the possibility that sits at the centre of every child's heart and mind. With an inimitable sense of fun, warmth and irreverence, Sinking Ship properties celebrate everything that children already know and the experiences they dream about, not to mention all they've yet to learn. Whether it's helping kids to make a difference in their communities or intrepidly explore the wonders of the world, Sinking Ship's programmes promote a positive outlook and an active, engaged approach to life.

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