Video content, whether it’s live news, advertising campaigns, training films, or senior executive vlogs, is one of the most effective ways to connect audiences with a company’s brand.
Corporate video is converging with other media including TV and online broadcasts and striving for the same polished level of quality. This means that at every level in the corporate environment, from the marketing department engaging with the broader audience, to the CEO outlining the company vision, the reliability, scalability and dynamism of content delivery technology is vital.
Some of the world’s biggest and most influential blue-chip institutions turn to MediaStar to ensure their video content is distributed where they want, when they want with maximum impact. Our IPTV solution streams live news to international banks and finance houses, it enhances the delivery of corporate presentations across multiple screens and multiple locations simultaneously, and its clever media management software gives companies control over who sees what, on a wide choice of devices and with precision targeting.
We have helped organisations such as the Institution of Engineering and Technology in London to create a stunning first impression for members and visitors by enabling eye-catching digital signage and owned content to be viewed in the reception area. At the US Institute of Peace in Washington DC, MediaStar distributes IPTV streams to hundreds of individual workstations, and is used for creative and emergency messaging too. And at the Rotterdam City Hall in the Netherlands, we help to deliver TV broadcasts from standard channels as well as selective in-house channels to inform and enhance special events and formal council meetings.
These are just three amongst many examples of how MediaStar is supporting corporate organsations to deliver the highest quality video in meeting spaces, boardrooms, open plan offices and even in company canteens, allowing them to reinforce consistent corporate messages and branding to both internal and external audiences. Others include Deloitte, PwC, KPMG, EY, Rio Tinto, GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and Addleshaw Goddard.