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Switching from Webinars to Production

Switching from Webinars to Production THE BRIDGE SHOW: what engages us and you in terms of creative content Blog Webinars. How many invites to webinars do you have sitting in your inbox right now? Webinars were on the rise anyway – a logical progression, with the business world starting to echo the content consumption trends…

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IP: no “one size fits all”

IP: no “one size fits all” Blog  The move towards IP was already clearly apparent in the broadcast world when the pandemic hit. Now, it is accelerating rapidly – not least because of how it uniquely enables remote production, which has swiftly become the default approach to, for example, the broadcasting of live sports. For…

Monitoring the Current OTT/Broadcast Paradigm

  Monitoring the Current OTT/Broadcast Paradigm The fun of clichés, millennials and consumption habits…   Blog by Bridge Technologies If there’s one thing the internet is good for, it’s allowing people to make sweeping generalisations about the way things are. And were. People tend to get very tribal on the internet. ‘Them millennials…’ you see…

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The Art and Science of Effective Scheduling

VSNCrea and the Art and Science of Effective Scheduling Blog If you carry the responsibilities of scheduling programming for your organization –  or you manage someone that does – then you don’t need us to tell you how tough the job is. You live and breathe it every day. Linear or non-linear, there are a…

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The Benefits of WebClip2Go in the Field of Education

Education to Benefit from WebClip2Go  Blog There are so many ways that the COVID-19 crisis of the last few months has made things challenging, sometimes completely changing the game. Marketing messages are a particularly complicated area: if you mention this crisis, you’re merely joining the chorus of platitudes filling the airwaves, but if you ignore…