LONDON | January 14, 2022
January 14, 2022
Global localization leader Iyuno-SDI Group is meeting industry demand for Czech dubbing by bringing its remote recording solution to Prague’s hottest neighborhood, transforming a popular coworking space into an innovative, pop-up dubbing studio experience.
Located at Na Perštýně 342/1, the Prague pop-up studio is a direct response to our client’s requests to increase capacity and expand our talent pool in a market that is in high demand.
The temporary remote dubbing facility features three portable recording booths wired into on-premises control facilities for the actors, engineers and producers to collaborate in person as they would in a traditional permanent dubbing studio.
The Prague Pop-Up Dubbing Studio is one of many steps in Iyuno-SDI’s larger efforts to expand the global dubbing capacity both on an immediate and longer-term permanent basis. The pop-up dubbing booth was originally designed as part of the company’s iDub remote recording solution. First introduced in 2020 in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, iDub Remote recording kits are now placed in 20 countries with over 200 systems ready for immediate deployment, in response to market needs.
ABOUT IYUNO-SDI GROUP
Iyuno-SDI Group (www.iyuno-sdi.com) is the media and entertainment industry’s leading localization service provider. As a trusted global partner to the world’s most recognized entertainment studios, streaming platforms and creators, it offers end-to-end localization services – from dubbing, subtitling and access services to media management, transformation and distribution services – in over 100 languages for every type of content distribution platform. With deep roots in the industry dating back to 1974, the company is unmatched in operational expertise, scale, capacity and breadth of services.
Iyuno-SDI Group was formed in 2021 following the acquisition of SDI Media by Iyuno Media Group. Leveraging the best in breed creative and technical talent, state of the art facilities and next generation technologies, the company now boasts the largest global footprint with 67 offices in 34 countries. The company’s scale and customer-centric approach is focused on its mission of connecting content, connecting people.
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