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3 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Gareth Capon. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Gareth Capon, often where they are interviewed.

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42: Gareth Capon, CEO at Grabyo

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Gareth is the CEO at leading UK startup Grabyo, a London based company with big plans having recently opened a New York office. They were set up in 2013 with Gareth joining from Sky in Feb 2014.

They describe themselves as a video production and distribution platform and they work with the likes of La Liga, BT Sport and Wimbledon.

Today (20th March) they launch their most recent product, Cloud Producer. Helping to increase the opportunities to produce live event video with a much smaller cost than is currently possible. So a potential game changer.

Mar 20 2017 · 39mins
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Gareth Capon on the power of social video with Grabyo

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Sean catches up with Gareth Capon, CEO of Grabyo about the power of social video. Gareth is driving the expansion of Grabyo as broadcasters wake up to the opportunities around short-form live video. Full show notes

May 09 2016 · 39mins

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Gareth Capon

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Gareth Capon is CEO of Grabyo - the company that identifies itself as the “leader in real-time video” - and the man who formerly led strategy and product development for BSkyB's mobile app portfolio. He has also previously worked at Sony Music, BT and management consultancy Accenture. In this episode, he reflects on the dramatic shift in media consumption towards mobile, and what opportunities it brings to sports rights-holders, broadcasters and publishers.

Apr 06 2016 · 29mins