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Social Streaming & Broadcast

Posted on: February 2, 2017

We are witnessing a growing trend from broadcasters looking to complement TV content with social streaming. When done well, it can really help increase consumer engagement on a huge scale and we have seen some great examples of it over recent months. At the recent Kit Plus Show, our CEO, Craig Moehl, talked about the […]

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The Knowledge Guide to Social Video Streaming

Posted on: December 12, 2016

Groovy Gecko & Digital Doughnut Streaming into social media has become a hot topic for brands, eager to tap into the ready made audience of social media sites. This year we have seen some interesting technical developments by the major social media platforms that unlock the full potential for social video streaming. It has enabled […]

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Live 360 Football Puts Fans in Control

Posted on: August 18, 2016

It is always exciting getting involved with cutting edge streaming projects. So, when we were asked to stream a live 360 pre-season friendly between Huddersfield and Liverpool FC, we were of course quick to oblige. The match was streamed live into the Liverpool FC YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/LiverpoolFC/). What is really exciting about 360 is you […]

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Periscope, Meerkat and Facebook Live: The Future of Live Streaming?

Posted on: January 28, 2016

That is the title of a panel session being moderated by our very own Business Development Director, Jake Ward. It is clear that these new streaming apps are changing not only brand webcasting, but also the way video is consumed on social media. In the coming months and years, it is likely these apps will […]

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Facebook could take over social video

Posted on: December 9, 2015

As brands are increasingly using video to engage with audiences, we are seeing more and more social media networks building video into their platforms. We are also seeing a great deal of innovation to help those videos get seen by more people. YouTube has always been the dominant player for video, but we are seeing […]

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