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Screen And Grab Networks Agree Partnership

Screen Subtitling Systems and Grab Networks have announced that they have signed an agreement to work together to develop a solution for the open subtitling of video.
The integration of Screen's MediaMate technology and the Agility 2G media workflows will allow content producers and broadcast networks to apply open subtitles to any output video format, whether for television, broadband or mobile screens.
Formed in 2008 by the merger of Anystream and Voxant, Grab Networks has a mission to unite superior technology with an unparalleled service. Grab Networks offers a comprehensive video operating system and syndication network for profitably publishing video anywhere on the internet.
Screen has developed solutions for the video subtitling marketplace for over 30 years. By offering high quality products, integration support and workflow consultancy, the company ensures that customers can efficiently deliver localised video content.
John Birch, Strategic Partnerships Manager for Screen Subtitling Systems, commented: "Grab Networks has significant experience in the development of video transcoding and manipulation solutions. The combination of their solutions and our experience and technology for subtitling will result in a true 'best of breed' solution for file-based video workflows."

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