When it comes to advertising to the people, companies have historically flocked to television. For years now it has been the dominating media form, because for so long it was one of the only ways to get your products placed directly in front of your customers.
Video is one of the best ways to engage with your audience. And live video is even better. Facebook has tools built into it to create some fantastic content. But if you don’t follow a few Facebook Live best practices, then you aren’t going to be able to make the most of your streams and your audience.
Never.no partners with envision digital media to deliver audience engagement across LATAM and South America
With over 20 years’ experience within interactive TV, Never.no has developed the social engagement platform to provide a unique set of tools for content providers to increase their viewer’s engagement via social media.
The Streaming Media European Readers’ Choice Awards provides a unique opportunity for users to vote for their most valued online video products and services. 71 products were nominated in 17 different categories, and more than 1600 people casted 8000 votes.
Marketing isn’t about throwing as much as possible at a wall, crossing your fingers and hoping something sticks. In order for it to be successful, you need to carefully tailor and tweak to suit your different audiences and markets.
In a world of ads and brands pushing sales messages, user generated content is a lifeline for businesses. Your customers are your biggest fans and can even be your best salespeople, without any prompting from you. Sounds great, right?
It was great to join our partners Peach as they hosted a fantastic event in Sydney that explored the latest digital innovations and opportunities to ramp up efficiency, reach and impact.
Our CEO Scott features in an expansive cover story article in the latest edition of Euromedia magazine, alongside industry leading companies such as Sky, InSight TV, and MainStreaming, looking at the influence of social media within broadcast.
We have now delivered a range of international projects for MTV, NBC, Channel 4, and SBS as the need for interactive and dynamic broadcast content grows.
Australian broadcaster SBS has celebrated Eurovision audiences with fan commentary included as part of its coverage of the 64th Eurovision Song Contest in Israel.