#ContentCatchUp: Week 07, 2020
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#ContentCatchUp: Week 07, 2020

Author: Robin Powell | Posted on: 12 February 2020

Here’s my regular round-up of the latest news and views from the world of content and marketing. With this having been the week of the Oscars ceremony, let's kick off with some articles detailing the production processes behind some of this year's nominees and winners:


Content production

How 2020’s nominated cinematographers got their shots (Nick Clements)

This year’s nominated live-action short film directors on inspiration, challenges, and more (Emily Buder)

Roger Deakins on the biggest obstacle that stood in 1917’s path (Jason Guerrasio)

How 2020’s Animated Short Film nominees made the most out of the medium (Petrana Radulovic)


Is it time to rethink “brainstorming”? (Shane Snow) 

How Hubspot use long-form video to build their brand (Caroline Forsey) 

How does content fit into a business strategy? (Kim Moutsos)


Social media

A reminder of social media’s potential for positivity (Carrie Mash)

“Digital campfires” are at the centre of how younger generations use social media (Sara Wilson)

Are you up to date with the latest changes to social media platforms? (Britt Riley)


What can companies do to improve advertising in 2020? (Thomas Hobbs)

Six things to consider for mobile marketing and advertising (Rebecca Sentance)


A new major Hollywood film is a reminder of the huge marketing role played by SEO (Julia Alexander)

What does the SEO industry think the future of search will look like? (Luke Richards)

Ember Television provides a wide range of content — articles and audio podcasts as well as videos — for all sorts of organisations. If we can help you, drop us a line and let’s start a conversation.

Author: Robin Powell

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Robin worked for many years as a television journalist with ITV, Sky and the BBC. He is the founder of Ember Regis Group and heads up Regis Media, a niche provider of content marketing for financial advice firms. He blogs as The Evidence-Based Investor and also works as a consultant to disruptive companies in the financial services sector. https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=45830333&snapshotID=&authType=name&authToken=6sSD&ref=NUS&trk=NUS-body-member-name https://twitter.com/ember_robin
#ContentCatchUp: Week 07, 2020



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