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Paul Matthijs, CEO, Hedge, on Data Management and Remote Editing

In this latest episode of the OWCRadio podcast, Cirina Catania talks to Paul Matthijs, CEO of Hedge.

In the third installment of our series on Remote Collaboration, I spoke with Paul Matthijs, CEO of Hedge. Their solutions, Hedge (for multiple, check-sum backups), and Postlab (remote editors dream solution), are chugging away every day on our end to help us manage multiple copies of our data and communicate edits with our crew.

Whether you are producing media for distribution to networks such as Netflix, managing media files for independent projects, or even just keeping your hard drives protected with organized backups, you'll want to know more about this.

For more about Postlab, see our previous interview with Isaac Terronez.

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Cirina Catania, CEO of Catania Studios, an international film company, is one of the co-founders and former director of the Sundance Film Festival and former Vice President of Worldwide Marketing at MGM-UA and United Artists.

She is a tech evangelist, futurist, and hosts podcasts in her spare time! (OWC RADiO at OWCRADiO.com and the Oh!Zone on USTimes.biz)  Cirina is a partner in Lumberjack System, offering creative and time-saving solutions to video editors and producers, as well as Tech Evangelist for companies such as Blackmagic Design, etc. 

Cirina is a long-time member of the Producers Guild, Writers Guild, IATSE Cinematographers Guild, the National Press Club, National Press Photographer’s Association, and more.

She has worked as a writer, director, supervising producer, cinematographer, post-producer, or marketing exec on over 150 film, television and new media projects for the big screen as well as for networks such as National Geographic and Discovery.

She is the director of “Kionte’s Storey,” a feature doc currently in post-production after five years of filming an athletic and charismatic wounded warrior in his travels pursuing his dreams.

Cirina is based in San Diego, D.C. and Berlin when she is not on the road filming in the Amazon or other exotic locations. She is very proud of the fact that she has not yet contracted Malaria and that after all these years, she still loves her job!

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