How event promoters can create and deliver engaging videos at before, during and after the big day to generate interest across multiple channels.
Understanding the scale of the Olympic Games and how consumption habits have caused a change of focus for the IOC and official broadcasters towards online output.
Everyday, people within your organisation are taking risks when sharing sensitive and valuable content. Without storage and management policies and the supporting technology and processes, this is an easy routine to slip into. It’s often haste and lack of adherence to protocol that causes the most damage in the workplace in terms of data breachesRead more
The more valuable your media is, the greater the risk of cyber threats and leaks. It is therefore important that media organisations take steps to assess the lifecycle of their content, giving careful consideration to who requires access to the media and who does not.
Imagen hosted its inaugural User Forum event last week at Channel 4’s cinema in London, UK. The event provided a platform for customers from the sports, media and enterprise industries to congregate and see, amongst client case studies and a discussion around the product roadmap, a preview of the new features that users can expect in the upcoming release, Imagen v6.
WTA Media, a partnership between the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and Perform Group, has collaborated with Imagen to create an online broadcast content distribution portal, enabling their broadcast partners to access the very latest high-resolution footage from the worldwide professional tennis tour for women.
Sports footage is one of the most popular and sought after products across the world and fantastically lucrative for sports federations, leagues and broadcasters alike – but fulfilling this demand represents a huge test.
The lowering of financial, technical and skill barriers for video production, distribution and consumption means that billions of people around the world today have the ability and means to make a video anywhere anytime, upload it online for the world to see, or live-stream it to their friends, family and the public, through social networkingRead more
I worked in the Music Industry 20 years ago, way before any real meaningful adoption of the internet. It was the arrival of Napster and MP3s that’s taken me on a digital journey. I can remember Tower Records in Piccadilly Circus, a “Cathedral” of vinyl. The Jazz section on the second floor was awesome. IRead more