Digital Post

    DIGIPOST is one of New Zealand’s most experienced post production and visual effects companies, dedicated to bringing to life the creative endeavours of their clients. History Opening in 1990, Digipost was New Zealand’s first digital post production facility. In late 2007, they launched a state-of-the-art facility in Auckland. Their ongoing investment in leading-edge systems and equipment helps them unlock the best creative work alongside their clients. They offer a depth of experience and resources unmatched in New Zealand. Digipost has completed thousands of local and international TV commercials, feature film and television projects. What They Do Digipost is New Zealand’s most experienced post production and visual effects company, dedicated to working with local and international clients to bring to life their creative endeavours, delivering the highest quality services to the film, advertising and television industries. They are a client-focused business that brings creative and technical excellence to every project. As well, they pride themselves on the important things that clients expect – attention to the finest detail, delivery on time, and on budget. Digipost and AV Intelligence When Digipost needed to add some storage, they called on AV Intelligence to help. After completing some recent work for Digipost, Garry had this to say about the service he received. “AV Intelligence have provided EditShare systems and support to our company since 2008, and have helped us successfully navigate our way through numerous TV series and Feature Film productions. I have found them always very professional, responsive, and thorough in their work. They communicate well regarding any issues with our systems, and always provide options and a plan of action. They take the time to understand Editor’s workflows and deadlines, with an intention to minimise downtime and maximise resilience. They stand by their work, and on occasion have invested heavily of their own time to ensure a system delivers reliability. I have no hesitation in recommending AV Intelligence to others – their local support base has proved invaluable to our ongoing success in servicing projects with demanding deadlines”. Garry Little Managing Director   Go to the Digital Post website – www.digipost.co.nz   AVI...

South Pacific Pictures

 Shortland Street South Pacific Pictures is New Zealand’s largest screen production company and has an international reputation for producing world-class television and film. The company celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2013 and to date has produced around 4000 hours of programming. Drama series and serials, feature films, and more recently, entertainment, reality programming and documentaries are all part of the programming mix. The current slate includes work for New Zealand, Australian, Canadian and UK broadcasters. South Pacific Pictures’ business partners include: Based in Sydney, SLR Productions is one of Australia’s leading Emmy and multi-award winning children’s entertainment companies, specialising in the creative development and production of world-class media content. South Pacific Pictures owns 50% of SLR Productions. South Pacific Pictures owns a 50% share in Satellite Media, a mixed-media production company specialising in understanding music, entertainment and promotional content and how to best deliver it in the right medium.  Satellite’s production services span Interactive, Television, Magazines, Digital Video and Innovations. Kura Productions, is partnership between Quinton Hita and South Pacific Pictures and offers a range of programming to Maori Television Service and other broadcasters in New Zealand.   Go to the EditShare – South Pacific Pictures story   Go to the South Pacific Pictures website – www.southpacificpictures.com   AVI...

Rhema Media

Rhema has been broadcasting to the people of New Zealand since 1978. Over the years, they have grown from one man’s dream and a backyard studio, to become one of the country’s largest radio networks, reaching thousands of people every day. The first radio station in New Zealand to use satellite technology, Rhema continue to break new ground at the forefront of broadcasting technology. Rhema differs from commercial radio in that 26,000 New Zealanders unite with staff in changing lives for good by financially supporting the station, paying a yearly membership fee. These subscriptions, along with donations, currently make up the majority of their income. Rhema’s bottom line is changed lives. Without the love, support and prayers of these people Rhema would not be what it is today. Rhema Media which currently runs 3 radio stations and a television channel, has recently improved resilience and efficiency by implementing an Enterprise Isilon storage system.   Go to the Rhema-Isilon story   AVI HOME...