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EditShare Cloud Capabilities Help TV5 Increase Content Production


EditShare-Primary-Logo_RGB_Orange-and-Navy.1EditShare, a technology leader that specializes in collaboration, security, and intelligent storage solutions, is helping broadcasters and media companies increase remote content production output to meet growing programming demands with its EFS shared storage and FLOW media management solutions.

Phillipine-based TV5, a subsidiary of telecommunications giant Philippine Long Distance Telephone company (PLDT), implemented EditShare’s collaborative solutions at its Reliance and Novaliches operations, leveraging FLOW’s workflow and cloud capabilities to automate more than 50 manual workflows and increase remote production content output by up to 40%.

EditShare Remote Production

TV5, one of three main broadcasters in the Philippines, is dedicated to creating and delivering news, sports and thematic programming for the Philippine community and beyond. EditShare’s end-to-end workflow solutions offered a secure network enabling the TV5 team to remotely access content and share newly created program packages from existing archives across sites and partner channels.

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