London, UK – 19 July 2021 – Marron Media and Imagen, the intuitive video and rich media management platform today announces its strategic partnership to facilitate the innovative archiving, commercialisation and distribution of content across Australasia.
“Partnering with Imagen enables us to further build-on the successes of our existing and future clients. Imagen’s platform supports the media strategies of today and tomorrow, the adaptability of the solution enables users to make the most of the latest in media management and truly maximise the value of their content. We’re excited for what’s to come.” Lara Richards, Co-Founder, Marron Media
“We’re delighted to be working with Marron Media, their expertise in the regional broadcast landscape and proven track record in supporting the worldwide growth of sports complements the Imagen offering. Marron Media’s hands-on, collaborative approach to relationships mirrors that of Imagen, and I look forward to working together to nurture relationships and strengthen our client’s brands.” Owen Shackman, Partnerships Director, Imagen
About Marron Media
Marron Media is an international sports media rights agency specialising in the representation and sale of global media rights, distribution of sports content, brand activation and licensing of audio-visual material to channels worldwide. Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, the company has reach worldwide through a network of broadcasters and ancillary rights channels. For more information visit: www.marronmedia.com.au.
Imagen is an intuitive and highly customisable video management platform that enables sports organisations, media companies and enterprise sectors to intelligently manage their video content. Imagen is used by global organisations to manage, gain insight into and distribute their expanding video and media libraries – enabling fast, easy, and secure access to content.
Imagen’s customers include Premier League, Women’s Tennis Association, BP, Reuters, BBC and IMG, part of Endeavor. The secure platform is also used by the Ministry of Defence, and preserves archive collections for Imperial War Museums, the British Library and the BFI.
For more information visit: https://imagen.io/.