Why & When?

One To Many

If you need to deliver your programmes to many broadcasters or clients, you might currently be doing the following:

Delivering on FTP - Multiple people downloading from your FTP can seriously slow down not only their connection, but your internet bandwidth too. This can lead to drops in the connection, resulting in the entire process having to be started again. There is also a significant lack in security as everyone is using the same, or similar log-ins t the same location.
Delivering on a tape - Sending multiple episodes or series to multiple broadcasters can get extremely expensive, and the risk of your expensive content going missing in transit or being held up in customs is even higher.

What MediaJet Lite / Pro / Serv offers you:

Security - On both MediaJet Pro and MediaJet Serv, you will have a dedicated site database and be able to administer that database with logins and passwords.
Speed - Using the cloud as your 'server' means your clients can download any content as fast as their internet connection will allow. It takes your internet connection speed out of the equation. Our cloud is based in multiple territories all over the world, meaning for example an LA broadcaster would download from their nearest cloud server in LA, not pulling it from London. We regularly see speeds of under 2 hours for 30 minutes of broadcast HD, and with some broadcasters, real time downloads of their HD content globally. No tape courier or FTP can beat that.
Cost - The cloud is by far the most cost effective way of delivering to multiple clients. As you increase your client list for one particular series, your costs continue to fall.
Whether you need one file to one client, or hundreds to hundreds, MediaJet provides a cost effective, secure and fast solution.

When Would I Use MediaJet?

To transition to tapeless distribution of your content.
To distribute SD/HD programming the same day it leaves edit.
For consistent, audited, global distribution of content.
To expand delivery capability without increasing overheads.
As a holding area for easy access to rushes, viewing copies, screeners and archive.