Artificial Intelligence AI in Media industry and Entertainment

| December 1, 2018

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The Media and Entertainment industry is a cornerstone of contemporary human culture, delivering films, TV shows, advertisements and more in a multitude of languages across a wide variety of devices.

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An entertainment technology company designed & engineered to create and deliver content with incomparable efficiency. We specialize in mastering & finishing, innovative quality control processes, breakthrough broadcast workflows, and streamlined solutions for file archiving. We also offer complete audio services including voice-over recording, music, effects, and foley on-site.

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