Zoo Digital opens Nordics dubbing ‘hub’ in Copenhagen

Media localisation specialist Zoo Digital announced the launch of Zoo Denmark on Monday, as its ‘Nordic hub’ for localisation services.

The AIM-traded firm said the Copenhagen facility would include a “state-of-the-art” dubbing studio, fully-integrated with its cloud-based ecosystem.

It said Zoo Denmark would offer entertainment industry clients an in-territory hub for Danish dubbing.

The facility would be used by a “growing network” of dubbing talent, helping to meet the capacity needs of the industry and support a “significant and widespread” audience demand for localised content into the region.

As part of the ‘ZOOdubs’ network of recording and mixing facilities, Zoo Denmark would feature “the highest technical requirements” demanded in media localisation, the company said, supported by its ZOOdubs end-to-end dubbing platform to ensure consistent audio quality and security.

The board said the consistency across in-studio and remote recording environments would give content creators and recording artists greater flexibility, choice and scalability for dubbing projects.

“Scandinavia is an important region for our clients, so we want to be right there with them – providing the choice, talent capacity and quality of services they’ve come to expect from Zoo,” said chief executive officer Stuart Green.

“Zoo Denmark also enables us to support our cloud-based dubbing network with an in-territory base as needed, offering greater flexibility and a modern approach to dubbing.

“This is another important regional launch as we continue to scale and build capacity in key growth regions for our clients.”

At 1157 BST, shares in Zoo Digital were up 2.07% at 123p.