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We’ve helped organizations across a wide range of sectors make the most of video.

From government and academia to broadcast and production, we’ve provided advice and technology to help organizations make the most of the opportunities offered by the exciting developments in the media industry.

Local Television

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VidZapper powers a number of online local television channels, including the local station for Brighton and Sussex, Latest TV, providing a platform for live, on demand and advertising playout.


Government Presentations

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Our partners at the Live Group use VidZapper to manage the video within their events management software with clients ranging from corporations to educational institutions and many government departments.


Political Decisions In Spain

PSOE leadership debate live on VidZapper

When PSOE, Spain’s former ruling and current opposition party came to have their new leadership debate, our partners at Vivocom turned to VidZapper as the platform to deliver the stream to El Pais, the country’s biggest newspaper website, as well as many other outlets. With over 30,000 viewers the event took democracy to the people!


Taking Clipper Around The World

The Clipper Around The World Yacht Race is one of the toughest sporting challenges on earth, taking professional and novice sailors into some of the world’s most trecherous oceans. The race attracts massive international media coverage and the online and mobile video coverage is handled on VidZapper by partner 1080 Media.


GAA Launch Just Play App With VidZapper

The Gaelic Athletic Association, one of Europe’s largest sports federations, has launched a video highlights app. VidZapper is used by GAA partners Nemeton TV to manage the appliction using a highly automated process.


Powering Media for London 2012

In three weeks, VidZapper was customised to provide a comprehensive media asset management system for the Mayor of London’s office to distribute over 30,000 assets in six weeks for the cultural events surrounding the London 2012 Olympics to media all over the world. The system features automated distribution to Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook and the ability to share any type of content in seconds. Photographers and video teams were able to directly upload and version content for global distribution using an inbox feature.

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