Imagen delivers video distribution platform for Auburn
Video management and distribution services specialist Imagen has announced that Auburn University in Alabama, US, has selected the Imagen media portal to manage and distribute its latest college sports highlights to local and national TV networks, as well as providing rapid access to archived content through a secure, feature rich web portal.
Auburn’s dedicated video sharing platform enables logged in users to search and play back game highlights, along with interviews, press conferences and exclusive behind the scenes footage. Power users are able to create clips, make collections and download high resolution files ready for broadcast. The self-serve video platform offers plenty of choice, delivers a feature rich user experience time and is a great time saver for local journalists and production teams.
The athletics department originally commissioned the platform and trialed Imagen during last years’ football season. After receiving overwhelmingly positive feedback from media partners as well as staff, students and alumni, Auburn have decided to use Imagen to expand their video library to now include basketball and all athletic disciplines.
Nick Ashwin from Imagen says: “We were given a very tight deadline – the system needed to be up and running for the beginning of the fall football camp. That gave us 3 days to spin up, test, and go live. Because Imagen is a cloud based platform which can be quickly deployed and easily configured to suit a wide range of production workflows, we were able to launch a fully branded service in a matter of hours and start serving Auburn’s customers with time to spare.”
Weston Carter, director of video services at Auburn Athletics Dept, comments: “We were looking for a platform that not only would give our partners easy access and a great experience, but it was also important that it would be easy for the production team to add new content and manage a growing archive with simple tools. Imagen gives us the best of both – and shows us who is using our video.”