Responding to an increasing need for digital content knowledge, Agility has taken its previous blog to new levels with the launch of Unbound Media. Geared towards the media industry – specifically publishing – Unbound Media is chock-full of current and relevant resources. This non-traditional blog is rich with visuals, videos and expert tips, offering its audience a plethora of news from the digital front. Unbound Media provides a comprehensive, progressive and refreshing take on managing online content.
Content blasts us daily like a fire hose. It’s on TVs and phones. It’s at home, on the street and at work. At no point in history have we been exposed to such a colossal amount of content on every topic imaginable. The Information Superhighway is so 1995. Today, it’s the Information Wormhole. How do you get your content through?
There are billions of Internet connected devices available in 2012. There are over 500 million smartphones on the market. There are a million apps available for download across 4 different mobile platforms. Where is YOUR audience? What are they looking for? How are they spending their time? The permutations of audience characteristics are astronomical.
Unbound Media is about the strategies, tools and tactics that connect the Unbound Audience with Unbound Content. Through research, experience sharing and inspiration, this blog is designed to offer smart and innovative ideas to help you navigate through a world where people and media are boundless.
Content Highlights Include:
- Online made easy
- Become a digital wiz
- Adapting content for online
- Monetizing digital content
- Build your audience
- Exceptional user experience
- Moving your audience online
Plus….best viral videos, digital and online magazine sites, event coverage and ongoing inspiration from around the
To celebrate the launch of Unbound Media, Agility Presents: Get Digital, a free chat session on Thursday June 14th, 2012. This casual yet informative chat will focus on the topic of magazines in the digital space. Panelists will discuss how print creative translates online, how audiences differ, new advertising opportunities and success stories.
- Giorgina Bigioni – Publisher, The Kit Magazine, Torstar
- Ken Hunt – Executive Producer, Glow Magazine, St. Joseph Media
- Michael La Fave – Editorial and Creative Director, Sharp Magazine, Contempo Media
- Jane Francisco – Editor-In-Chief, Chatelaine, Rogers Publishing