BBC Media Action

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BBC MEDIA ACTION TRANSFORM THEIR ABILITY TO ARCHIVE AND SHARE CONTENT

Imagen implement secure multimedia archive for global development charity that is instantly accessible from anywhere in the world.

BBC Media Action is the BBC’s international development charity. Since 1999, BBC Media Action has helped to change people’s lives around the world through educational debate shows, dramas, radio and TV programmes.

The charity partnered with Imagen to facilitate improved collaboration between its operational teams on a global scale.

Offices around the world including in Somalia, India, and Nigeria are all now able to easily upload video content to a centralised library in the cloud. From there, local offices are able to quickly locate content through the online portal and distribute to selected partners as required or create clips for insertion into programming. Previously, searching for content alone might have taken the teams hours, if not days.

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“BEFORE, IT WAS DIFFICULT TO SHARE CONTENT BETWEEN COUNTRY OFFICES. NOW WE’RE ABLE TO COLLABORATE LIKE NEVER BEFORE.”

Mike Wells: Programme Officer – BBC Media Action

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KEY BENEFITS

newsroomIMPROVED COLLABORATION

Offices can now share content and best practice globally to save lives.

searchSAVED TIME SEARCHING

Staff spend much less time searching for content, and more time creating it.

securePROTECTED FROM DISASTER

Content is stored securely in the cloud, and cannot be lost through error or natural disaster.

About Imagen

Take control of your video by implementing Imagen’s online media asset management platform. Store video, audio and other assets safely, in a way that is instantly shareable; whether that’s with a colleague down the corridor, or on the other side of the world.

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