Digital performance is the name of the game for Brightspot customers and their World Cup 2022 coverage
With the 2022 World Cup in Qatar upon us, Brightspot-powered digital experiences across the world are ready for a ramp up in interest and site activity during the month-long global soccer tournament, arguably the biggest event on the global sporting calendar.
Previously hosted on Drupal and two other platforms, Australia's multilingual public-service broadcaster, Special Broadcasting Service, is now able to deliver to its front-end head via Brightspot headless CMS.
The countdown for Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023 has begun. And that countdown clock lives on the new digital home for the Berlin 2023 games, powered by Brightspot CMS.
Initiated in November 2021, the digital home for DispatchHealth got a major upgrade in January 2022. The DispatchHealth.com site was migrated off WordPress in less than two months.
Backed by the speed, flexibility and out-of-the-box simplicity of Brightspot, the Torridon Group, led by former U.S. Attorney General William Barr and former Facebook General Counsel Ted Ullyot, has unveiled its new digital presence at www.thetorridongroup.com. The new website showcases the firm's legal and consulting services.
Brightspot announced that Australian broadcasting corporation Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) has chosen Brightspot CMS as its single enterprise CMS in order to gain increased publishing power.
Brightspot helps Euromoney’s B2B information division achieve speed, higher engagement and cost savings through consolidating properties on its enterprise CMS.
Brightspot expands European footprint by partnering with l’Opinion on modern content management solution
French news organization L’Opinion has partnered with Brightspot to revolutionize its creation of digital content covering the economy, government, education, and business.
Society of Petroleum Engineers partners with Brightspot to implement flexible, scalable content management solution
Global trade association migrates five brands onto two sites in under four months with Brightspot
Special Olympics and Brightspot recently launched multi-site websites for Special Olympics Tennessee and Special Olympics Virginia, equipping them with tools to restructure the information architecture to make it easier for athletes, caregivers, coaches, volunteers, and prospective donors to find the content they need.
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Caracol increases site traffic 20% in the first week, gains rapid development and superior editorial experience with its new multisite CMS instance
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We recently had a chat with Christine Medina, Ad Council’s VP of Digital Product, about how they leverage microsites to draw attention and action to the various public service campaigns they run. With dozens of active campaigns, ensuring a smooth process is essential to them.
By replatforming on Brightspot, teams at BYU can now share content across multiple sites via one backend, quickly set up microsites and optimize the whole BYU digital experience.
New Atlas, one of the world’s largest science and technology publications, has relaunched their website using Brightspot CMS.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning daily newspaper launched a new latimes.com powered by GrapheneCMS, a revolutionary, cloud-enabled content management system developed on the Brightspot CMS, with strategic partner NantMedia’s California Times and NantWorks.
Mexico’s TV Azteca, the country’s second-largest media company behind Televisa and one of the top producers of Spanish-language television programming in the world, relaunched six sites and six headless apps on Brightspot.
DiscoverTheForest.org is the Ad Council's fourth campaign with Brightspot and was done in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service.
When the entertainment giant needed a CMS to power its dynamic front-end experience, Brightspot’s headless solution helped empower a seamless, rapid relaunch.
WGBH, the nation’s preeminent public media company, has relaunched two separate websites on one powerful CMS. The new modern CMS platform, Brightspot, empowers WGBH to accomplish their two main digital goals: serve a diverse audience with a wide variety of media offerings and communicate the organization’s mission and values to their audiences, members, key constituents, and the general public.
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