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UNITED STATES OLYMPIC COMMITTEE INTERACTIVE MEDIA GUIDES
USOC INTERACTIVE MEDIA GUIDES: FROM PLAIN TO PANACHE
Challenge
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) continually faced a challenge: How can the organization make available to worldwide media the numerous details about the USOC and its leadership, bios of participating U.S. athletes, game schedules, game records, and much more — just days before the games begin?
The USOC was meeting this challenge at a basic level by burning various documents in a simple folder structure onto CDs. While this solution was functional, it lacked branding, included inconsistent information, and lacked the panache deserving of the United States Olympic Committee.
Solution
The USOC came to visionbox to develop an interactive media guide, which is then pressed to CDs and distributed to thousands of credentialed, international media representatives covering the Olympic sports.
visionbox has developed media guides for the:
  • 2006 Olympic Winter Games
  • 2006 Paralympic Winter Games
  • 2007 Pan American Games
  • 2008 Olympic Summer Games
  • 2008 Paralympic Summer Games
View the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Media Guide. Adobe Flash Player
These professional-looking multimedia guides feature high-quality design that coordinates with offline collateral, are interactive and extremely easy to use, feature consistent information for a wide array of USOC topics, and include Flash for added panache.
With media guides, the "nature of the beast" is last-minute content updates to provide media representatives with the most up-to-date information possible. visionbox relies on its 5-step Strategic Process and highly experienced project managers to deliver these high-quality, professional CDs to national and international media representatives covering the Olympic games.
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