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IFilm, AlwaysI set eyes on speed with Loudeye

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Netcasters iFilm.com and AlwaysI.com have pacted with Loudeye Technologies to speed their turnaround time in getting films online. Loudeye will digitally encode about 900 minutes of film each week for iFilm and will manage the audio and video infrastructure at AlwaysI. Loudeye’s other clients include Capitol Records, Sony, the Discovery Channel and AtomFilms.

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