Case Study: HB Live Uses Cbox to Capture and Stream Corporate and Higher Education Events

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Background

Founded in 1988, HB Live (formerly HB Group, Inc.) effectively designs and delivers creative technical solutions to improve live events for clients all over the U.S. and enhances audience engagement through the use of video, sound and lighting with the best technical staff in the industry. For over 20 years, the Company has been offering a wide range of AV equipment rentals and technical production solutions for events, corporate meetings, concerts, festivals, campus events, receptions and any gathering that can ...

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Winnov Newsletter – July 2016

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Winnov recently unveiled a new addition to our family of Cbox HD capture and streaming solutions at InfoComm16.

Introducing Cbox S3 Plus, the big brother of the Cbox S3, does everything the S3 can with the added power boost you might need for creating additional independent archives and live streams. Cbox S3 Plus tackles demanding recording and streaming requirements – capturing up to 5 HD inputs simultaneously.

Video Recap of InfoComm16 Announcements

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Winnov Newsletter – May 2016

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Join Winnov in the Central Hall at booth C5908 to learn how Winnov Cbox solutions provide organizations with a cost-effective way to easily capture and share HD video experiences.

We will be introducing a new addition to our family of Cbox HD capture and streaming solutions and giving away a Cbox S3 to one lucky winner!

Schedule your InfoComm 2016 meeting today and stop by our booth to enter for your chance to win our grand prize giveaway.

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Winnov Newsletter – March 2016

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

As a kid, I was always a big fan of Legos.

I loved using the building blocks to assemble model ships or miniature buildings. When putting together creations piece-by-piece, you’re really only limited by your own creativity.

So, it’s little wonder that I’m starting to grow a tad jealous of technology resellers – particularly those who specialize in assembling video communications solutions for enterprises and education institutions. Increasingly, the principles that make Legos so much fun are paving the ...

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The Rise of Video Creation and Consumption in the Classroom

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By Alan D. Greenberg

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised – or Will It?

It was 1971 when Gil Scott-Heron performed the electrifying The Revolution Will Not be Televised – an angry anthem addressing social change, black power, and resistance to commercial media.  Most of us were kids or not born yet when Scott-Heron first released the song, but that soulful tune about radical change is still worth a listen today.

But while the song still entertains, we may have to take ...

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Merging Streaming Capabilities with Video Conferencing Platforms

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

As a kid, I was always a big fan of Legos.

I loved using the building blocks to assemble model ships or miniature buildings. When putting together creations piece-by-piece, you’re really only limited by your own creativity.

So, it’s little wonder that I’m starting to grow a tad jealous of technology resellers – particularly those who specialize in assembling video communications solutions for enterprises and education institutions. Increasingly, the principles that make Legos so much fun are paving the ...

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Winnov Newsletter – December 2015

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Creating video content takes a lot more effort than just flipping on a camera.

After all, it seemingly takes a small army to make the videos we watch as couch potatoes in our living rooms. Technicians need to get equipment in place. The lighting needs to be just right. Audio inputs have to be managed. And once you have good video captured, you need other professionals to edit it all together.

Little wonder that some folks can get overwhelmed ...

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High-Touch or Automated Classroom Capture?

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By: Steve Vonder Haar

Creating video content takes a lot more effort than just flipping on a camera.

After all, it seemingly takes a small army to make the videos we watch as couch potatoes in our living rooms. Technicians need to get equipment in place. The lighting needs to be just right. Audio inputs have to be managed. And once you have good video captured, you need other professionals to edit it all together.

Little wonder that some folks can get overwhelmed ...

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PADLA 2015 Annual Conference

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The Pennsylvania/Delaware/New Jersey Distance Learning Association (PADLA), a member-supported 501c3 non-profit professional organization, is committed to providing an open forum, events, and relevant resources for Corporate, Non-Profit, K-12 & Higher Ed professionals concerning the myriad of issues and technological/pedagogical advances in the fields of Distance Learning, e-Learning, m-Learning, and Learning Technologies/Methodologies.

Join Winnov and partner, Panasonic for the 13th Annual Distance/e-Learning/Ed Tech Conference, presented by the Pennsylvania/Delaware/New Jersey Distance Learning Association to be held on Thurs 12/17 @ West Chester University. ...

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