How video games are pushing the boundaries of IP law

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Video games are a fast-moving medium, so much so that they’re outpacing some aspects of copyright law

Engaging the C-suite with branded content

Unique study shows how branded content can sway decision-makers - but only if it’s great

The rise of live video streaming

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Streaming live video on social media can reach big audiences, and is being used increasingly by citizens, politicians and marketers alike

What marketers need to know about video in 2017

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It’s tipped by some as the future of communications and marketing, yet the success of video may depend on whether it suits the smartphone’s small screen

Video; It’s value, not volume that counts

It is a fast-growing and powerful storytelling tool, but understanding the true business impact of video means looking beyond views alone

Staying in touch with video-calling

Businesses can unify diverse locations with upmarket video-calling, which brings management or executive teams together, seemingly in the same room

The rise of YouTube and video marketing

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Video marketing, pioneered online by YouTube and coupled with the spread of smartphones, has put brands and their products in the palm of the consumer’s hand

A picture can say more than words

The barriers to using videoconferencing, which despite clear advantages is only slowly taking off, are more cultural than technical, writes Danny Bradbury