The stats show that women’s sports are ready to start reaching their full potential and 2019 is sure to provide a huge lift. Check out our infographic for more.
In 2019, we should expect to see new initiatives and offerings from organisations as they look to enable wider audiences to consume their sport through new technologies, wherever they are. Here are some examples that highlight the way the industry is moving.
Improved media management can make you and your team’s life much simpler, make content more impactful, and save you some man hours down the road. With this in mind, I present 4 things you should consider to up your game in 2019.
Boxing is known for its ability to generate huge interest in their one-off fights. But, with the amount of financial investment involved, it’s hard for other sports to match it. But when you stop to think about the impressive way that these events are promoted in order to build interest, there are some key takeaways that sports of all sizes should look to emulate.
Cloud-based services empower sports organisations of any size to make the most of their video content to build brand, generate revenue, increase audience engagement and protect sporting legacy. Our infographic highlights 5 key ways to win with video.
Handling sensitive video assets can be stressful for organisations if they don’t have the right tools. Whether it’s Town Hall meetings or other video recordings, a lack of control can spell trouble for security, compliance and the reputation of the brand. Here are 3 tips to help you avoid leaks.
When planning to live-stream your organisation’s Town Hall meeting, it’s tempting to try and use an existing system within your business to record and broadcast the video. Here are 4 key reasons why tools like Skype or GoTo Meeting don’t quite cut it.
We explore how to overcome a key challenge of delivering Town Hall meetings within your organisation – fault-free access for remote employees.