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Sony, Warner, A+E Offer Perspectives at ITS Localisation

At the 29 February ITS Localisation event in London, some of the industry’s top content companies will offer their perspectives on not only the state of localisation, but also where the industry is trending at large.

In the panel “The Shape of The Industry – The View from the Content Owners” attendees will hear from leading content owners about how they see the industry shaping up, and whether a tumultuous 2023 portends a difficult 2024 as well. The use of AI in dubbing, what’s happening with FAST channels and access services, and what does the industry need to be thinking about in the next few years, all will be discussed.

Caroline Baines, senior director of client services for MESA will moderate the panel with Thalia Crone, director EMEA content operations for Warner Bros. Discovery, Jan-Hendrik Hein, VP of media operations EMEA for A+E Networks, and Stephen Rush, VP of international post production for Sony Pictures Entertainment.

ITS Localisation is the media and entertainment industry’s premiere localisation event, bringing together the industry’s top language service providers, content creators, artificial intelligence and machine learning companies, and network executives, to talk about the challenges facing media and entertainment, and share the latest solutions to meet them.

Attendees will hear from expert panelists and presenters who will be discussing the industry landscape following a tumultuous period, how artificial intelligence, voice technologies and machine learning are playing an ever more important role, and how the adoption of smart, targeted cloud-based solutions can help achieve greater workflow efficiencies.

ITS Localisation is presented by MESA in association with the Content Localisation Council and Smart Content Council, and sponsored by Dubformer, Iyuno, AppTek, EIDR, Blu Digital Group, OOONA, Papercup, and Deluxe.

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