Vimond is a Norwegian video software company that delivers solutions to all media companies moving into the OTT space. Through our background in broadcast, combining tech with storytelling and workflows, we’ve seen (and driven) the changes the media industry is going through.
As the OTT market becomes ever more competitive and global broadcasters flex increased muscle - can national broadcasters compete and retain viewership?
Thoughts and reflections from HR on the intersection of how we dress and company culture.
Is moving toward a dual revenue stream the best thing companies can do?
A recap of Vimond's IBC 2018 and looking ahead to where technology in broadcasting will be soon.
We are delighted to announce the new version of Vimond.com, designed in partnership with Bergen based web design firm, Guilty.no and Bergen based inbound marketing consultancy, Kalibrert.no.
In this episode of the Vimond podcast, we are talking about understanding VR for OTT with Keith Mellingen, VR/AR Director of Rainfall. Listen to the podcast today.
The traditional TV schedule has been the recommendation engine since the beginning. TV programmers have used analytics and human touch to build the most unifying and relevant menu for all. For those who don’t have appetite for one menu, zapping to the next channel, were the alternative. This is a well-known and proven concept, yet heavy underused in OTT and VOD platforms. Is it so that VOD-to-Linear simply sounds to simple?
How is an audience discover new content? Crucial question, because finding new content is key for future growth and keeping your brand alive and relevant.
In our second talk with Kristian Bruarøy, former head of TV 2 Sumo, we discuss important questions like: Is outdoor promotion still relevant? What is the future of live? Is it true that Kristian is binge watching old episodes of Bonanza?
Vimond will be at IBC 2018 this year and we are more excited than ever. We will be showcasing new features for our products and demoing things in the works from our Innovation Lab. Booking a meeting or dropping by our booth to chat with one of our in-house experts is the best way to get to know us.