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[Watch] .. Three pop stars, two comedians, a vicar and a Paralympian athlete : BBC Strictly Come Dancing 2017

[Watch] .. Three pop stars, two comedians, a vicar and a Paralympian athlete : BBC Strictly Come Dancing 2017

by Will Corry on September 6, 2017

Three pop stars, two comedians, a vicar and a Paralympian athlete help to make up the star-studded line-up for the latest series of Strictly Come Dancing. They will be joined by broadcasters, actors and a magician's widow when the show launches on BBC One next month.

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman will return to host the first series not to have Len Goodman as a judge. Bruno Tonioli, Darcey Bussell and Craig Revel Horwood will instead be joined by ballroom champion Shirley Ballas.[pictured]

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The ultimate list of the best Explainer Videos ever made

by Will Corry on August 23, 2017

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Research : Video viewability figures published for first time

by Will Corry on July 31, 2017

Ad viewability levels in the UK rose for the first time in nine months to the highest level seen for over a year, according to the latest quarterly benchmark report from ad verification company Meetrics.

In the second quarter of 2017, the proportion of banner ads served that met minimum viewability guidelines rose from 47% to 51% – the first rise since Q3 2016 – and the highest level since Q1 2016 (54%). [more…]

This immerse WebVR game puts players in the shoes of a pair of soldiers trying to escape

This immerse WebVR game puts players in the shoes of a pair of soldiers trying to escape

by Will Corry on July 21, 2017

Warner Brothers has been in the throes of promoting Christopher Nolan's "Dunkirk," which depicts the storied evacuation of Allied soldiers from the eponymous region in the North of France during World War II.

The marketing includes an insanely long trailer that fooled moviegoers into thinking they were in the wrong theater, as well as this immerse WebVR game that puts players in the shoes of a pair of soldiers trying to escape.

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Unlocking the brand value of live streaming … Mark Blair, VP of EMEA at Brightcove

Unlocking the brand value of live streaming … Mark Blair, VP of EMEA at Brightcove

by Will Corry on July 19, 2017

In part one of a two-part series, Mark Blair, VP of EMEA at Brightcove, explores the unique value of live streaming video, how to use it to communicate with external audiences and how it can the benefit your business

Live streaming video is gaining more widespread use across enterprise organisations. Its use isn’t new. Corporations have been using it for well over a decade, broadcasting events, executive conferences or new product announcements to employees and customers around the globe.

As technology has made live video easier to capture, manage, and distribute, those enterprises using live streaming see it as a productivity enabler, making both internal and external communications efficient and cost effective.

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8 ways remote video conferencing helps you run your remote teams better

8 ways remote video conferencing helps you run your remote teams better

by Will Corry on June 21, 2017

It’s hard enough to manage a team, but running remote teams is an entirely different ballgame. Here’s how picking the right video meeting tools can help you manage your team with better, more efficient results:

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[Watch] .. Tiger Woods dashcam video released by Florida police – BBC News

by Will Corry on June 1, 2017

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[Watch] England captain Joe Root fails to score

by Will Corry on May 30, 2017

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Watch : Adam&eve sends Fosters to rescue the roasting Poms

by Will Corry on April 24, 2017

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A new campaign for the early detection of breast cancer and against censorship.

by Will Corry on April 20, 2017

MACMA present its new campaign: “Everybody Loves Boobs”, created by DAVID and produced by LANDIA

The agency creatively led by Ferioli and Cubría, present a new campaign for the early detection of breast cancer and against censorship. After the successful campaign “#ManBoobs4Boobs”, which in 2016 explained how to self-exam and observe breasts for signs of cancer featuring a male model to avoid censorship on social media, the Breast Cancer Help Movement (MACMA) introduces a new initiative created by Buenos Aires based agency, David.

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