Lianhe Zaobao (LHZB) is the flagship Chinese-language daily of SPH Media, one of Asia’s leading media organizations. LHZB is the most widely read Chinese-language news media in Singapore, widely recognized for its objectivity and credibility.
For its short film anthology, Where’s Everybody At? HUFO partnered with Backlight to empower aspiring filmmaking with tools and technology used by professionals in the industry. Backlight’s sponsorship gave student filmmakers access to film production software to assist throughout all stages of production, including with scriptwriting, pipeline, media asset management, remote collaboration, review and editing.
When streaming platforms sought collaborations with Urban Brew Studios, it posed new challenges with upfront costs and potentially long setup times. This infographic shows how they won with the help of iconik, Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage, and Signiant.
Uninter's journey with iconik demonstrates how forward-thinking institutions can leverage new technologies to boost productivity and streamline operations to drive progress and innovation in the educational landscape.
Arthrex manages its growing media archive with iconik. By adding metadata to their media, using metadata-powered search and recovery, and collaborating and sharing media in iconik, they have been able to scale and simplify their workflows while managing their assets more efficiently.
Giants of Africa experiences "night and day" improvements for their media workflow with the joint solution of iconik media management and Backblaze cloud storage.
Oxfam has found that having a system to quickly manage and share content across global teams makes all the difference in how they tell their stories.
South By Southwest (SXSW) is an annual event that takes over Austin, Texas during Spring break. It includes a music festival, a film festival, and the biggest technology conference in the world.
Ginkgo Agency is a South African digital content agency which creates original Editorial, Brand and Long-Form content that stands out and captivates people in a media-saturated landscape.
Ever watch movie credits? That’s a lot of people working together to bring you a story. And these movies only become a reality through exceptional organization and collaboration.
As of 2020, there are 1,750,000 podcasts in the world, and the market demand for podcasts continues to rise. Spotify has positioned itself as a leader in the curation and creation of podcasts—with over 2.2 million podcast episodes in its catalogue.
At iconik, we have the privilege of working with some incredibly innovative partners. THUMBWAR™ is one of them. THUMBWAR specializes in building toolsets to deploy remote workflows for media.
REL Productions has more than 25 years of experience producing award-winning videos that capture important stories for their customers.
THEMA is a Canal+ Group company that has more than 180 television channels in its portfolio. It helps with the development of these channels and has built strong partnerships with major pay-TV platforms worldwide.
Complex Networks began as a magazine from street fashion icon Marc Ecko in 2002. As it followed the shift away from print media and into the digital media landscape, it grew and evolved into the perfect snapshot of what a modern entertainment company looks like.
The combination of high stakes and uncertainty involved in poker gives it a unique attraction as a sport. Poker fans are passionate about the game, each with their own stories of legendary players and lucky hands of cards.
VICE Media has been creating edgy and informative content geared towards youthful, curious minds since it began in 1994 with a small, provocative magazine.
The numbers don’t lie. We love watching video. A recent survey done across 10 nations shows just how much.
Collaboration is at the core of our philosophy. That’s why we were excited to be chosen by the International Military Sports Council (CISM). It will be using iconik to give global access to its military sporting events coverage.
Eleven years ago, Robert J Davis, a noted health journalist, and Loren Goldfarb, a former network television producer, realized that the millions of TVs in medical office lobbies and waiting rooms could be a compelling delivery platform for well-produced medical content.