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Winnov Newsletter – February 2014 Edition

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Put the Right Video Content into Viewers’ Hands

Looking for some tips for getting the most out of online video in your business? I suggest you head to the local library.

Even though your branch location is unlikely to offer a book with state-of-the-art insight on business webcasting, there’s still plenty to learn just by walking through the lobby doors.

As you enter the library, take a good look around. Take note of where the books are. Most likely they’re not scattered haphazardly ...

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Winnov Newsletter – February 2014 Edition

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Put the Right Video Content into Viewers’ Hands

Looking for some tips for getting the most out of online video in your business? I suggest you head to the local library.

Even though your branch location is unlikely to offer a book with state-of-the-art insight on business webcasting, there’s still plenty to learn just by walking through the lobby doors.

As you enter the library, take a good look around. Take note of where the books are. Most likely they’re not scattered haphazardly ...

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Winnov Newsletter – February 2013 Edition

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Content Management: A Vital Element of the Streaming Video Workflow

By Steve Vonder Haar, Senior Analyst Enterprise Webcasting & Streaming, Wainhouse Research, LLC

Libraries don’t do you much good when the books are scattered all over the floor. After all, if you have to sort through thousands of volumes every time you want to find a single piece of information, it defeats the purpose of having a content archive in the first place.

We build libraries so that we can ...

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Winnov Newsletter – February 2012 Edition

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Go HD or Go Home

By Steve Vonder Haar, Research Director of Interactive Media Strategies

Executives are simply being penny wise and pound foolish if they try to capture video content in anything but high-definition formats. Simply put, any presentation that is worth videotaping is worth videotaping well. Not only will your video look good today, it will look good years from now and offer libraries of business content that can inform, train and teach. The resulting cache of institutional knowledge collected ...

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