Posted By: Anthony Vagnoni on February 21, 2018
This year is shaping up to be a great one for us at Simian, and that means good things for our growing community of Simian users in the production, advertising, media and digital industries.
Posted By: Anthony Vagnoni on October 2, 2017
We’re proud to introduce Sawt, our new AI-assisted software that’s designed to help advertisers, ad agencies, production and post studios and media companies simplify a complex search process...
Posted By: Heather Prather on April 27, 2017
Back in 2016 during Denver Startup Week, Simian had the honor of joining Brandzooka CEO, Aquiles La Grave for a panel discussion on the future of ad tech and digital media....
Posted By: Heather Prather on November 15, 2016
Music, no matter the genre, culture, location or avenue, reigns supreme as the single most consumed entertainment medium in the world. Since radio’s infancy, music, news and all things broadcast have had a lifelong companion: Advertising...
Posted By: Team Simian on October 27, 2016
From high-school band mates to business partners, Brian Atton and Jay Brooks have harnessed the perfect blend of technical know-how and creative thinking to form a company that has revolutionized the media sharing landscape. ..
Posted By: Brian Atton on September 7, 2016
With ever-expanding media libraries and satellite teams and employees around the globe, Cloud storage options like Dropbox and Box are must-have add-ons for most of today’s high-output creative companies...
Posted By: Brian Atton on August 1, 2016
An industry first, Simian Microsites not only offer creative, marketing, advertising and production teams a better way to share video, they also offer a competitive edge via unique options for privately delivering assets and creating slick, branded multi-media presentations.
Posted By: Heather Prather on April 4, 2016
The introduction of HTML5 made the dream of playing video online sans QuickTime plugin a reality. Web video is now more accessible than ever before, but with this shift comes the need for all video to be encoded to MP4...
Posted By: Heather Prather on November 24, 2015
When it comes to broadcast television, cord cutting and cord shaving are fast becoming the norm. Viewers are canceling subscriptions to cable and satellite services at breakneck speed in the interest of cutting cost and let’s be honest as a form of rebellion against the monopoly over our viewing habits that these companies hold...
Posted By: Jay Brooks on November 5, 2015
Since we know a thing or two about video encoding and since web browsers are moving to pure HTML5 (and are no longer supporting of plugins like QuickTime), encoding for the web is more important than ever..