Like many other companies, InterDigital was keen to make its market debut at IBC, one of the biggest tradeshows on the mediatech calendar. But industry tradeshows are highly competitive; with a finite number of journalists, and with almost 2,000 companies vying for media attention, it is difficult for vendors to cut through the noise.
As a research and development company, InterDigital often develops technologies five to 10 years ahead of market adoption. CCGroup knew that the solutions InterDigital would be showcasing at IBC would have industry appeal. CCGroup took the lead to develop a story package about InterDigital’s future-looking technology position, highlighting the impact its innovations and contributions to tech standards will have on the broadcast and media markets. This included opportunities to experience a number of cutting-edge technology demonstrations, and references to existing technology deployments with production studios.
CCGroup developed a press release to announce InterDigital’s presence at the show, focusing on its position as a leading R&D company. CCGroup also arranged one-to-one briefings with top industry influencers, using the messaging from the release as a hook.
CCGroup complemented InterDigital’s story development with entries for prestigious mediatech industry awards, to position and have InterDigital’s technology recognised as market leading.
CCgroup arranged briefings with top tier titles, including IBC Daily, the magazine dedicated to the show, Broadcast TECH, TVB Europe, The Broadcast Bridge, TVNewsCheck, Engineering & Technology, as well leading analyst firms Ovum and Futuresource Consulting.
Media and analysts were extremely impressed with the overall package of interviews and demonstrations, and as a result of this IBC PR, InterDigital was included in media roundups from the show in magazines that are highly regarded by its target audience.