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Print Media Centr launches streaming platform for printing professionals

September 18, 2022  By PrintAction Staff

Print Media Centr announces the launch of the Project Peacock Network, a video streaming platform sharing resources with print and marketing professionals around the world, 24/7/365.

The Project Peacock Network is accessible at ProjectPeacock.TV and kicks off with the series, Project Peacock: Print Production, produced in partnership with Inkish.TV. These episodes share the benefits of collaboration across creative, paper, printing, finishing and technology partners to ensure printed materials achieve their intended creative and business results.

Project Peacock began in 2017 as a show-and-tell at advertising agencies and brands. In 2019, Project Peacock morphed into a print fair where students, print service providers, and industry vendors were also invited to attend. In 2021, the online Project Peacock Platform launched for networking and online events with a growing network of Peacock Partners.


“Project Peacock has engaged with more than 4000 attendees to date, but the data for the views of Platform session replays told me the audience wants quality content to watch on their own and a streaming platform was the perfect way to deliver on that,” said Deborah Corn, the Intergalactic Ambassador to the Printerverse at Print Media Centr and founder of Project Peacock.

“We have worked closely with Deborah Corn and Print Media Centr for years, and I was very pleased when she reached out to Inkish for this exciting project,” explained editor-in-chief Morten Reitoft. “Inkish is about storytelling, and ProjectPeacock.TV reaches end users, PSPs, OEMs and vendors, complementing our mission to serve the entire value chain with our films.”

Canon Solutions America and Domtar Paper, who have been part of Project Peacock since its inception, and Neenah are the first companies to have streaming episodes on the platform.

Visit ProjectPeacock.TV to access all programming and connect for a partnership proposal.

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