Exploring the Different Types of Multimedia Content

| October 9, 2019

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Multimedia content has taken over the internet, with brands creating content packages that all tie back to a single concept and marketers weaving different styles and content types into their creations. Why are so many companies using multimedia, and how do they all seem to do it so well? We’ll answer these questions in this white paper. Let’s take a deep dive into the role of multimedia content in your branding and lead generation strategies. We’ll then review different types of content to add to your blog or website.

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Promotheus combines creativity, marketing and technology to help media networks build brands, launch new channels and promote their content.We combine our marketing, engineering and TV content expertise to help television networks and producers to build brands, to launch new shows and channels, to promote special events, and as a result to increase their ratings.Promotheus is one of the largest and most experienced branding agencies in the broadcasting industry. We are globally recognised for our engaging work in motion design which has been awarded with more than 60 PromaxBDA Awards, and for our innovative technological expertise.

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