We’ve observed YouTube to be slowly but surely becoming a peer partner when it comes to broadcasting. The good news for video pros is that the company continues to develop its

When is a price rise not a price rise? When you don’t know it’s happening — and Adobe’s audience of creative pros should wise up today if they want to

There’s been a lot made of the impact of social media on the political change that washed across the Arab nations starting last year, as disgruntled activists and equally disgruntled

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Viral video. Millions want to watch them, thousands attempt to create them, a few hundred succeed in achieving them. The technology to deliver these things continues changing into something far

Earlier this month we held a free webinar hosted by Angie Taylor, Motion Graphic Designer, trainer and Adobe Evangelist. This engaging Webinar is packed full of the best tips and

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This week we’ve been at Europe’s biggest exhibition for broadcast and film professionals, IBC, introducing our all-new product for broadcasters of all kinds, Broadcastpod. The best way to think about