DigiDelivery gains momentum

Giardina, Carolyn
October 2005
TVB Europe;Oct2005, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p36
The article reports that Digidesign's DigiDelivery file exchange system has gained acceptance throughout the broadcast, film, gaming and mobile technology industries. The system combines a software application with a server. Customers include Discovery Channel, Cartoon Network, SDI Media, Sony Computer Entertainment, Universal Music Group, Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks.


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