TVT said that the launch of its access services unit will allow the company to build up the access and localisation services it already provides to the BBC, Netflix and others.
The company has also brought on former Ericsson, RedBee Media and BBC executive, David Padmore, as an international adviser to help with the launch of the new division.
“We are definitely in growth mode at the moment,” said TVT CEO, Ian Brotherston. “This expansion fits perfectly with the growing demand for international services we are seeing around the world.
“Broadcasters and content owners are looking to new markets and require a whole range of services to address cultural sensibilities and comply with regulations – including access.”
TVT said that its LA plans are still “in the early stages” but the office is slated to open later this year, allowing it to work more easily US clients including A+E Networks, Discovery and Hulu.
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