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Take 1 turns focus to localization and access services. Posted: 16/09/2021
Take 1 turns focus to localization and access services.

Take 1 has revealed today that the company is aggressively developing and expanding their existing localization and access service divisions. The new business focus caters for the growing demand for global content and has already resulted in several new appointments, technology acquisitions and partnerships. 



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Take 1 to provide fast turnaround subtitling service to Languages and the Media 2021 Posted: 17/08/2021
Take 1 to provide fast turnaround subtitling service to Languages and amp; the Media 2021

Take 1, will provide fast turnaround subtitling services to the Languages & the Media 2021 international conference taking place online from 20-24 September.  The subtitles will be supplied as part of a premium sponsorship package that will also see Take 1 presenting a speaking session and hosting a virtual booth at the event.  


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Take 1 continues senior management expansion with head of finance appointment. Posted: 21/07/2020
Take 1 continues senior management expansion with head of finance appointment.

Broadcast transcription, translation and access services provider, Take 1, has hired Nilani Lingam as head of finance. The appointment, effective from 20 July 2020, follows the recent promotion of Claire Brown to VP of global sales and the hire of Stephen Stewart as chief operating officer as the company continues to expand the senior management team to support ambitious growth plans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Take 1 unveils new brand as part of digital expansion plan. Posted: 26/02/2020
Take 1 unveils new brand as part of digital expansion plan.

Broadcast transcription, translation and access services company, Take 1, has unveiled a new brand identity and website.  The rebrand and updated online presence is part of the company’s ongoing digital expansion and positions the company as a modern, technology-enabled business.       

 

Over the last few years Take 1 has evolved from a simple service provider to a technology company, having designed, developed and deployed a number of their own systems which combine a human workforce with AI capabilities to deliver operational efficiencies and maintain unrivalled accuracy.  As well as serving a marketing and shop-front function, the new website will provide a secure and seamless gateway to these platforms for new and existing customers.     

 

 

These updates also reflect Take 1’s diversification into new services over recent years.  While the company was originally established to provide transcriptions, translations and post-production scripts to the broadcast industry, they now also provide localisation and access services, including audio descriptions, to the wider media sector.        

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Take 1 appoints industry expert, Stephen Stewart, as COO Posted: 10/12/2019
Take 1 appoints industry expert, Stephen Stewart, as COO

Broadcast metadata and transcription service provider, Take 1, has hired Stephen Stewart to fill the newly created position of chief operating officer.  The appointment is part of a broader restructure of the company’s senior management teamto support their ambitious service and technology expansion plans.   

With the previous role as vice president of global content operations for the BBC as well as positions at Red Bee Media and Deluxe, Stewart is a broadcast and production operations specialist with broad experience.      

As Take 1 COO, Stewart will lead the transition of Take 1 Cloudsolutions into production and implement processes to both maintain the company’s security credentials and secure additional industry accreditations.  He will also be responsible for developing the company’s access services department and for implementing efficiencies across their global workforce.  Stewart will join Take 1 on 16 December 2019 and will report directly to Take 1 CEO, Louise Tapia, from their UK head office.

“Stephen is a respected and accomplished leader and we’re thrilled that he’s chosen to join the Take 1 team,” said Take 1 CEO, Louise Tapia.  “His global operations experience in the broadcast and broader media industry makes him a perfect fit for our future growth plans across our international sites.” 

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Red Bee Media Showcases Unrivaled Media Experiences at NAB Show 2018 Posted: 29/03/2018
Red Bee Media Showcases Unrivaled Media Experiences at NAB Show 2018

Red Bee Media, formerly Ericsson Broadcast and Media Services, is now an independent business and will be showcasing its unique capabilities and end-to-end portfolio at NAB Show 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada (Booth #SU11625MR). The focus this year will be on Access Services, with new developments around ASR (Automatic Speech Recognition), and Content Discovery, with a strong focus on Sports Data and IMDB ratings integration. Other areas of interest will be OTT Services, PIERO Sports Graphics and Media Management.

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