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IBC Karaoke 2014

Another great year at IBC. A sing song is always welcome – looking forward to 2015.

Ian Mottashed

Ian Mottashed

Ian is one of the longest-standing members of the Imagen (formerly Cambridge Imaging Systems) story. Our VP Marketing, not content with everything else he has to coordinate, somehow also manages to find time to lend his hand to a blog post or two.

More posts by Ian Mottashed
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    As a communications medium, email is facing stiff competition from its sexier, younger cousin – video. By 2021 a million minutes of video will cross global IP networks every second. Are we ready for video? What can we learn from the evolution of email to help us predict the future of video?

  • Video prpmotion

    Generating engagement with live events through video

    How event promoters can create and deliver engaging videos at before, during and after the big day to generate interest across multiple channels.

  • Boxing

    Why sports should adopt boxing’s formula

    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.

  • 5 Ways Sports Can Win With Video In The Cloud

    5 Ways Sports Organisations Can Win With Video

    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.

  • It's high time sports organisations embraced digital

    It’s high time sports organisations embraced digital

    The changing landscape of sports consumption presents a unique opportunity for all sports federations if they can adapt their media strategy quickly.

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