1 July 2009
Cambridge Imaging Systems has created a new company - Screenocean Ltd - following its appointment by Channel 4 to manage the clip sales from the station’s archives.
Screenocean will be responsible for the sales of all Channel 4’s archive clips to third party producers and programme makers. The new company is being led by Paul McAllister and Natalie Whitmore who will be based at Channel 4, with the administrative support of Will Stephens.
Tony Blake of Cambridge Imaging systems said:
“This is excellent news for our group and we welcome the new members of our team. The archive is valued within our industry and we aim to provide the highest levels of support and service to all sections of the news media.”
Jeremy Kimberlin, Head of Rights at Channel 4 said:
“We look forward to continued contact with established clients and to working with the CIS team. This represents an exciting opportunity for the development of the service and we look to the future with confidence.”
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Notes for Editors:
Cambridge Imaging Systems provides complete archive management systems including encoding, transcoding and retrieval of stills and video. Clients include the BBC, British Pathe and Ministry of Defence, along with universities and newsfilm management and distribution companies.