Panel on the New Normal in Media Post-production

Post-production execs discuss strategies for getting media work done today

axle ai partnered with fellow industry leader Backblaze to present a panel discussion on the New Normal featuring joint customers Gerry Field of American Public Television and Scott Salik of Youngevity.  A streamed version of the session is now available at

Sam BogochSam Bogoch, axle ai’s CEO, said “We and Backblaze are delighted to have these two prominent customers engage in a freewheeling discussion of what’s happening in today’s media industry.  COVID-19 brought massive change and a new focus on remote media access and cloud workflows –  and for many media customers, just getting content out has been a struggle.  In this discussion, we’re going to learn how these two very different teams have coped and found ways to overcome everything this year has thrown at them.”

Bogoch was just profiled at where axle ai, which helps media teams work remotely, is running an equity crowdfunding campaign which ends at midnight PDT on Tuesday.  Anyone can invest: go to for details.



Based in Boston, axle ai is the recognized leader in developing radically simple software for remote media access and search. It solutions have helped over 600 media organizations improve the way they create, share and store digital video content with media management solutions that are easy to install, use and afford. axle’s radically simple media management uniquely addresses a burgeoning need and has caught on rapidly among video professionals in post-production, education, broadcast, corporate, sports, house of worship, non-profit, advertising-marketing, and government organizations worldwide. More information at and equity crowdfunding at

About Backblaze:

Founded in 2007, Backblaze provides award-winning cloud storage to businesses and consumers. It has more than an exabyte of customer data under management. The company’s B2 Cloud Storage is purpose-built to provide simple, reliable, and affordable object storage. Customers can escape the cloud oligarchy and enjoy quality storage priced so they don’t have to choose between what data matters and what doesn’t when it comes to their workflow streamlining, backups, and more. Headquartered in San Mateo, CA, Backblaze employs 150 people.  For more information visit

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