When build-out is complete, EpiCintre
Studios™ (ES) will be the first-ever superconvergence enterprise that recombines the
models of television networks, major studios, production, marketing,
communications, entertainment, mobile, technology, and Internet into a one-of-kind
business model and platform of the future.
ES is currently anticipated to be the largest and most powerful
content creation and distribution system in the world, when complete. An
estimated 1/2 million direct hires will serve from 3 to 6 million industry
workers and new jobs needed to keep the machine alive and growing.
The ES enterprise system is a true 21st Century design that
incorporates a host of leading-edge, proprietary technologies, models, and
systems never before seen or used by Hollywood, Silicon Valley and other
leading industries. The result will be the
production of top quality content at a fraction of the time and costs of
legacy systems and models as well as maximized content leveraging. (Also
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The entire ES system is designed for full spectrum transmedia
applications--name the communication or entertainment output and ES has integrated it.
This unique and extremely powerful system does something even more remarkable---it puts creative
originality and talent closer to the end-result.
ES utilizes a unique Syntrafusion™ process (proprietary / patent
that ensures maximized profits for all forms of content creation,
including film, mobile, Net, television, mar-comm, transmedia-mix and more.
Over 3-generations ahead of the current cutting-edge, ES
represents a true leap forward in global entertainment and
And that's not all...
EpiCintre Global™ (EG) leverages the ES system so that independent
or integrated satellite units can be ensured globally. EG units
are specifically designed for use outside of the United States so
that foreign content, languages, and cultures can be ensured through
in-country workforces. This allows not only global integration, but
opportunities for content leveraging maximization.
Learn more here.
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Also see: Superconvergence:
Studio of the Future Could Save Hollywood