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The mad hatters of the broadcast world

The mad hatters of the broadcast world Blog In this month’s blog, we find out how the Bridge baseball caps we gifted in May have found their way around the world Wherever you look online, every journalist in the land has latched onto the topic of ‘remote working’, and where we are headed with this…

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Bridge Technologies’ VB440 Underpins Densitron’s UReady 4RU Solution

            Bridge Technologies’ VB440 Underpins Densitron’s UReady 4RU Solution The collaborative product takes broadcast operator control to new levels     OSLO, Norway — 27 April, 2021 After cementing their working relationship together in September 2019, Bridge Technologies is proud to support Densitron’s development of a new four-unit, rack-mountable Multiviewer+…

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What Kind of Business Partner Are You?

What kind of Business Partner are you?   BLOG Partnerships. They make or break a good franchise. Starsky and Hutch, Hans and Chewie, Mulder and Scully, Turner and Hooch, Bert and Ernie, Thelma and Louise.. They also make or break a successful business. Business partners form the backbone to our distribution model at Bridge, but…

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It Ain’t All About IP

It ain’t all about IP Blog How individual strategy drives collective direction At Bridge, we’re constantly thinking about Business Strategy – not just our own, but how the very concept shapes the industry we’re in, and as a result, the wider world around us. We don’t want to overstate the matter, but operating in technology…

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Can Procrastination be Productive?

Can Procrastination be Productive? A key challenge of working from home has been the issue of procrastination. Even the most grown-up and disciplined of us find it much easier for our minds to wander when there isn’t the stigma of a colleague over our shoulders, judging our consumption of news headlines or cat videos. But…