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  Keeping the News Pipeline Flowing

Over the past few weeks, we’ve started to receive 2017 editorial calendars from some of the major industry publications around the world. It’s crazy to think that we’re already well into the last quarter of 2016 and will soon be sitting down with our clients and discussing strategies for next year with them. This year has flown by!

Before we provide you with a “2017 Planning Checklist”(that’s coming next month!), let’s focus on a few ways you can keep those news pipelines full throughout the end of 2016.


Neil Howman
Managing Director

In the News
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Hot New Products
Light Reading
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Industry Innovators
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Asia-Pacific Broadcasting
Viaccess-Orca Transforms Content Preparation and Distribution Workflow for Pay-TV Operators
Buzz on the Street:
Halloween has come and gone for another year, and we’ve come up with a quick “Trick and Treat” of our own.
The trick is to keep your flow of news and information to the market consistent. This can include: social media activities, news announcements, and editorial exposure. By doing this you remain in the thoughts of key editors, bloggers, and industry commentators. And most important of all, you stay in the thoughts of your future customers.
The treat comes in after you try something different to reinvigorate your communications strategy. Perhaps learn a different way to communicate your news or reach new customers. For example, I’ve recently been learning more about social media advertising. Another idea: Visit a trade show or conference you haven’t previously attended, if your schedule allows. As you educate yourself about new technologies and issues affecting the industry, you might make some new contacts.
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