The Future Of File Delivery with Michael Guastamacchio of MediaZilla

Grow Your Video Business

15-02-2017 • 46分

Episode #10


Ok, I hate to be the one to bring back these horrible memories, but do you remember how painful it was when every project delivery was done through DVD?

Yeah, I hear ya, dealing with the whole DVD process was the first thing I offloaded when I hired my first employee, and I could not have been happier to never have to deal with it again. We’ve largely moved on from physical deliverables these days, but Dropbox and USB stick deliveries, while easier definitely lack the experience that DVDs and Blu-Rays gave.

In this episode, we’re talking with Michael Guastamacchio, co-founder of MediaZilla a content delivery service that delivers the best of both worlds. Michael and his team work to provide an immersive viewing experience for your clients, while saving you from the tedium of physical deliverables.

I know I’ve been waiting for a service like this for a long time, it makes our lives as creators so much easier, as well as giving a better experience for our clients. How do you deliver your final products to your clients? Have you ever thought about trying out a service like this? Let us know in the comments!
* * * Michael has been kind enough to offer Studio Sherpas listeners the following promo* * *

New members: Save 10% off an any annual prepaid membership or get 1 free month with any monthly membership
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In This Episode

  • How MediaZilla works and why you might want to consider giving it a shot
  • Where Michael sees the industry going in the next few years
  • How 360 video is going to be incorporated into delivery platforms like Mediazilla


[32:10] “...Online streaming, I think that’s where the biggest change is that we want to see take place. Where pretty much the default is streaming and it’s only in really rare cases where you have to deliver some type of physical media.”



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