Category: In the news
For the past five years, Streaming Media Magazine has published the “Streaming Media 100,” a list of the most interesting, important and influential companies in video. This year, the magazine focused exclusively on vendors in the online video space, companies that offer products, services and technologies that enable people to contribute to the unstoppable growth […]
There was a time when it was embarrassing to admit you stocked up on enough snacks and Diet Coke to carry you through a full day of watching your favorite show. That time is over. Binge watching is the new normal according to research from Netflix, TiVo and even Mediasite customers who stream and archive […]
techXchange Podcast: An Executive’s Broadscale View on Video – Cloud, Mobility/BYOD, Big Data and More
Last Saturday I had the pleasure of chatting with the team at techXchange Podcast about video, cloud, mobility, BYOD, big data and more. This is a new podcast through rAVe Publications and is hosted by Jane Johnson, with regulars Corey Moss (AV Power Up), Johnny Mota (AV Power Up and the AV Insider) and Christa […]
I’m honored to be featured in a recent Systems Contractor News piece talking about how collaboration solutions are changing the status of the AV industry today. I had the pleasure of meeting the reporter, Kelleigh Welch, at InfoComm earlier this summer in Orlando, Fla., and she was kind enough to include me in her Q&A […]
What’s possible with a highly efficient, automated and productive academic video deployment? 31,376 presentations. 27,674 hours of content. 607,781 views. And that’s all in the University of Leeds’ first eight months using Mediasite Enterprise Video Platform. In years past, this UK university, one of the world’s top 100 universities according to QS World University Rankings, […]
Video is a powerful medium, radically changing how we teach, learn and preserve academic information. Successful institutions, large and small, rely on lecture capture to support their academic missions, broaden reach, cater to individual student needs and maintain an attractive campus environment that keeps the university’s competitive edge. But what makes a good lecture capture […]
Ten-minute video lectures when everyone else sets their timers for an hour? Check. Flipping course modules so students learn better? Check. Vying for nationwide title of “Best Lecturer of the Year?” Check. We’ve known for years that Bob van den Brand, Tilburg University’s Associate Professor of Accountancy and Enterprise Video Award alum, has been pushing […]
Anyone who has ever planned a hybrid event has had sweat-inducing nightmares about failure.
“As an event planner, you’re already sticking your neck on the line with all the stuff you’re doing at the event. Then someone says we want to broadcast everything over the web and make it publically-facing. At that point it doesn’t matter if your in-person event goes perfectly. If the stream fails, it’s a failure,” says Donny Neufuss, senior account manager for Mediasite Events.
(Photos from Convene Magazine - From left, Midori Connolly, Liz King, Jenise Fryatt)