Is it time to retire the press conference?

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Pricing How it works Case studies Log in Create free account PricingHow it worksLog in Is it time for the press conference to retire? By Jared Thompson | Sept. 16, 2021 It’s noon on Monday; time for a free lunch. That’s what weekly football team press conferences felt like when I was working in the…

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Our favorite 2020 Olympics moments

The 2020 Olympic Games did not fail to provide remarkable and significant moments that we will always remember. Here were a few of our favorites from connections made by the Olympic Channel for their array of storytelling from the past few months.

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The Right Stuff

Stuff Election News Desk

Blinder transformed Stuff’s ability to report on the unfolding drama of Vote 2020. We were able to mount a fast-moving 4-hour livestream, at a fraction of the cost spent by other media organisations. This truly was a game-changer!

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Power and Pressure

Blinder powers the Washington Post’s innovative oral history of the 2019 Women’s World Cup Champions. “On the one-year anniversary of their march to a fourth World Cup title, this is how — in their own words — the U.S. women’s national soccer team reclaimed the trophy while fighting gender discrimination at home.” It’s not often…

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What do athletes think of Blinder?

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While Blinder’s technology is driven by communications managers, the thoughts of athletes have heavily-shaped what we’ve created.

Here David Pocock, Will Genia, Reece Hodge and Michael Hooper – from the Australian national rugby team – share their thoughts on what Blinder does for them and the Qantas Wallabies.

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Andy Seeley: The unbeaten UCF Knights, Shaquem Griffin and CoSIDA

The last 12 months have kept Andy Seeley on his toes. He’s run athletics communications for the University of Central Florida (UCF), as they’ve experienced unprecedented interest in their unbeaten Knights football team. The Division 1 college went on to proclaim themselves as ‘National Champions’, which did little to settle things down.

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Matthew Syed and ‘You Are Awesome’

When he was eight, Matthew Syed’s parents bought him and his big brother a full-size table tennis table. Fortunately, the family had a garage which was big enough to fit both the Super Deluxe 1000 and the increasingly competitive boys. Having a table and a big brother were just a couple of the advantages that Matthew enjoyed on his path to becoming a British table tennis champion.

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