Dear Friends of Republic Editorial –
We know this may come as a surprise, but we’re super excited to announce that as of March 24th, Republic Editorial’s entire global workforce will all be working from home. Fortunately, the folks working out of the Uptown Dallas office actually began making this fun little transition several weeks ago.
By implementing the latest technology to allow our artists remote access to our servers and utilizing video conferencing and instant messaging to stay in touch with each other and our clients, we’ve had several artists and producers working from the safety and comfort of their own homes in recent weeks (‘comfort’ to be used loosely if they have children.)
Our sister company Infinite Fiction actually completed a similar all-office transition a few weeks ago (we thought about toilet papering their office while they were out but decided to ration it instead.) They’ve adapted so well to working from home that they even squeezed in time to create a little something we’d like to share with you to illustrate how well we got this thing down. Check it out by clicking the link here.
Here at Republic Editorial, we’ve pressure tested the workflow of our off-line, color, VFX, graphics, online and mix systems, and although things may take a little longer than when we’re all together (if you ask us for coffee, it will probably be cold by the time we get it to you), we’re happy to say that we’re still able to provide the same Premium Quality service you know and love.
We are all clearly headed into a new time for our industry, and we at Republic Editorial and Infinite Fiction are eager to tackle the challenges that may come. We welcome the opportunity for innovation and creativity, and know that you as our client share the same sentiments. As we all move forward and navigate this evolving experience, we are so grateful for you and your partnership. And for the fact that you actually read this all the way through.
Now go wash your hands.