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  • Disney live-streams Depp on an interactive billboard
  • Disney live-streams Depp on an interactive billboard
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Disney live-streams Depp on an interactive billboard

Alice in Wonderland saw a young girl fall down a rabbit hole into a world full of magic and Mad Hatters. Disney’s big screen sequel, Through The Looking Glass, further explores the world where nothing is quite as it seems – and the film’s promotion was executed with the same attitude.



  • Article image Why we all love live entertainment

    From televised musical spectaculars to streams of explosions on Periscope, live news and entertainment is available in more varied and accessible forms than ever. But in a multi-channel, multiplatform universe, how do you go about finding an audience for what’s happening right now?

  • Article image Periscope: how live-streaming went mobile

    Whether it's Snapchat or PewDiePie – the internet is always spewing out hype-shrouded phenomena, often understood exclusively by Gen Z. The latest is Periscope; one in a slew of apps that let users film live-streamed video from their smartphones. Do we really want to watch someone film a video selfie?

  • Meerkat brings live streaming to smartphones Meerkat brings live streaming to smartphones

    What if your smartphone could be used to broadcast live events to millions? Meerkat is a live streaming social video app that lets people use their smartphones to broadcast anything from a catwalk to a football match – and it's seeing viral growth since it was unveiled at 2015’s SXSW conference.

  • Article image Why Gen Z prefer peer-produced content

    Did YouTube kill the Hollywood star? In the second installment of this two-parter, we look at why Gen Z value the talents and opinions of their digital peers, what services they are flocking to and how a shift towards user generated content will affect the future of media production and distribution.