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Berlinale 2019: Catch ZOO’s Cloud Dubbing Revolution Tour at the Berlin International Film Festival

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The Cloud Dubbing Revolution Tour will be continuing in glamorous fashion as Team ZOO prepare to make noise in Germany's vibrant capital. Mazin Al-Jumaili and Julian Day will be joining red carpet guests and entertainment execs at the Berlin International Film Festival to talk cutting-edge localization and digital distribution services.

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NATPE Miami: Everything you need to know from Team ZOO

Thursday, January 10, 2019

With the holiday season behind us and a year of mind-blowing plans ahead, it feels like we're well overdue a catch-up with all our fantastic friends and followers. Luckily, later this month, Team ZOO will be heading to NATPE Miami to meet content buyers and sellers – kicking off a whirlwind tour of globetrotting events throughout 2019.

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Localize stuff. Think differently. Be awesome.

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

At the beginning of 2018, with our reach and reputation in mind, we gave ourselves three simple but ambitious New Year’s resolutions. Localize stuff. Think differently. Be awesome.

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What does Team ZOO do? [Infographic]

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

ZOO works around the clock – and around the world – to help TV and movie content owners reach audiences everywhere. But what does that actually involve?

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Introducing ITSY, a short film about kindness

Monday, November 19, 2018

When UK charity, Be Kind Movement approached us about donating our time and services to captioning and subtitling their new film, ITSY, we were delighted to support.

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#ZOOglobetrotters: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 – from Malaga to Mongolia

Thursday, November 01, 2018

When colleagues, partners, friends and family picked up a ZOO baseball cap to take on their travels, we could never have guessed just how global ZOO would go! From Malaga to Mongolia, our ZOOglobetrotters have been around the world and back in scenes seriously fit for the big screen.

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