Sony Media Cloud Services at IBC 2015

​Our partners the ProductionHUB recently published an interview from the 2015 IBC in Amsterdam with Michael Potts of Sony Media Cloud Services.

Sony Media Cloud Services develops and provides cloud-based media utility services to help creative professionals streamline content production, and work collaboratively with teams anywhere in the world to create, produce, edit, and prepare content for the world.

Michael talks about the power of Ci Workspace and skims through some of its awesome features during this interview.

This post is in Partnership with The ProductionHUB.

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