IMGR celebrates with worldwide clients

New radio imaging platform IMGR is marking today’s Imaging Days conference by providing an update of the new service.
IMGR was officially launched at the RadioDaysEurope event earlier this year, and has since added clients in Australia, Canada, The Gulf, Norway, and the USA.
The service is also on-air here in the UK at KISS, where Group Imaging Producer Simon Palframan says: “IMGR works best for crisp punchy sound design. There are processed elements ready to be dropped straight into a project, the production values of the service are excellent and there’s an innovative twist where you can hear your station name or call sign in the previews”
IMGR Director Mark Goodier told RadioToday: “In the past 4 months we’ve been showing IMGR to some of the world’s leading Imaging and Programme Directors and have been getting incredibly positive reactions. IMGR’s unique delivery interface plus high quality content is winning us new friends all over the world every week. People are loving the creative ideas as well as how easy the app is to work with.”
IMGR is a partnership between Wise Buddah Jingles and Steve Pigott who founded Pure Tonic and was the inventor of Production Vault. It provides daily updated imaging and topical content.

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Posted on Monday, September 8th, 2014 at 7:30 am by Duty Reporter

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