Hiventy Group sets up in Africa

The Audiovisual and post-production outfit will be based in Kenya

French post-production and audiovisual company Hiventy has set set up an operational base in Nairobi, Kenya, to exploit the growing industry across the African continent.

Hiventy Africa will support dubbing, subtitling and audio description services through a team of multilingual project managers, 16 studios dedicated to recording and mixing for dubbing services, 10 subtitling stations, two quality control studios and one media processing studio.

“The choice of Nairobi was made quickly due to its central location near many linguistic basins, its technical infrastructure and the skilled people,” said Hiventy Group in a statement.

Juliette Vivier, Caroline Mbindyo and Pascal Mwita will be in charge of the day to day operations and monitoring of the whole infrastructure.  

We are delighted to be able to support the rapid development of the African audiovisual industry and bring our expertise to the continent's producers, distributors and broadcasters,” said Thierry Schindelé, CEO of Hiventy Group. "All our studios and teams are now operational and are already servicing several requests from clients, this is testament to the strength of the market and the distribution opportunities available throughout Africa."  

Hiventy Group sets up in Africa
Hiventy Group sets up in Africa

French post-production and audiovisual company Hiventy has set set up an operational base in Nairobi, Kenya, to exploit the growing industry across the African continent.

Hiventy Africa will support dubbing, subtitling and audio description services through a team of multilingual project managers, 16 studios dedicated to recording and mixing for dubbing services, 10 subtitling stations, two quality control studios and one media processing studio.

“The choice of Nairobi was made quickly due to its central location near many linguistic basins, its technical infrastructure and the skilled people,” said Hiventy Group in a statement.

Juliette Vivier, Caroline Mbindyo and Pascal Mwita will be in charge of the day to day operations and monitoring of the whole infrastructure.  

We are delighted to be able to support the rapid development of the African audiovisual industry and bring our expertise to the continent's producers, distributors and broadcasters,” said Thierry Schindelé, CEO of Hiventy Group. "All our studios and teams are now operational and are already servicing several requests from clients, this is testament to the strength of the market and the distribution opportunities available throughout Africa."  

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