All MultiVu branded landing pages include distribution of an image to the Reuters board in New York City's Times Square. Besides the “wow” factor of seeing your content on this huge display in an iconic location, this presents an opportunity to boost social engagement. Below are some examples of social media being used to boost the power of Times Square content, information on the display itself and ways to optimize your content for its Times Square appearance.
2017 was an important year for us. Not only did we launch our revamped website, we also created the Beyond Broadcast blog - a resource chock-full of information written by our team of experts from all different areas of the business. While the website was successful, the blog was a total hit! It consistently ranked the #1 most-visited section of MultiVu.com.
In the content jungle knowing the difference between a local broadcast video and a social video can be your key to survival. Formats, bitrates, window size, what does it all mean? In this post, we try to explain what your vendor is telling you when the say the dreaded words, “Broadcast Quality.” There are a few key terms to understand when exporting your video for distribution.
Data. It’s one hot topic. It’s not just for financial institutions and the tech world anymore. Behind every single industry sits a ton of data. The interesting and fun part is taking the information, making sense of it and then making it easy for clients to understand (and making it look pretty doesn’t hurt either).
Once a year, I ask the creative team here at MultiVu to think about an educational video for our sales team to share with clients. In past years, we’ve created an animated series on Goldie the goldfish. The focus of the Goldie videos was to stress to communicators that they have mere seconds to catch their audience’s attention. Back then, finding stats about the role online video plays in communications was still relatively nascent. We had to dig.
Co-Op Media Tours are a great way to get products and services in front of the consumers without bearing the cost of a stand-alone tour. But how can brands shine when they share the spotlight with multiple partners?
Morning TV show producers receive hundreds of email pitches and countless phone calls from PR people every day. Many producers work overnight, then produce their show, then prepare for the next day's show. By the time a producer looks at your email pitch or answers your phone call, there is very little time to consider your story.
Content marketing has evolved over time, providing brands the opportunity to reach consumers in entirely new ways. With media fragmentation growing and screens proliferating, capturing your audience’s attention has never been so easy and yet so complex.
Since its 2016 debut, Facebook Live has proven to be a valuable and innovative tool for media companies and brands to get their message out. Facebook now states that Live videos account for 20% of all videos on the platform, and Google Trends finds that it's search popularity has risen over 330% since Facebook Live's rollout.
Creativity is perceived as something that can't be taught - a spontaneous and unorganized spark that can strike at any given moment. Therefore, creativity tends to be a bit messy - full of rewrites, crumpled pieces of paper, and maybe a panic attack or two.
The interview schedule has been finalized, the set and props are ready, catering has been ordered, and now all that stands between you and your satellite media tour is a good night's rest. But what to expect that morning? And how can you prepare your talent for success?
As the way people are receiving their news has drastically changed over the past few years, social media has become a far bigger part of PR than ever before, especially when targeting certain demographics. Today, 69% of the public uses some type of social media. And as social media touches almost every aspect of our lives, marketers are looking follow their audience.
Whether it's your first time creating a Multichannel News Release (MNR) or you're a MultiVu expert, sometimes knowing where to start with your project is the hardest part. There are many moving pieces to creating a complex project like this, and it can be overwhelming for even the most experienced communication pro.