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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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Winnov Newsletter – September 2012 Edition

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Deliver the Experience, Not Visual Mush

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

Streaming video technology platforms are handling tougher tasks than ever before — a positive development given the demands companies are making of solutions that help to create, manage and distribute online video content.

High-quality systems today can help organizations capture video, package it in accessible content portals, shepherd the distribution of the content on corporate networks and track exactly when and ...

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Choosing Different Formats and Playback Options with Cbox

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Cbox supports a variety of formats and options for live broadcasting, on-demand viewing, and high-quality archiving. With Cbox, viewers can easily playback recordings on the web, smartphones, and tablets.

For more information about Cbox or to request a personal demo, please call 888-315-9460 or email us at info@winnov.com

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Winnov Newsletter – April 2012 Edition

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Preparing for the Age of Pervasive Video

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

Consumer adoption of increasingly sophisticated technology devices, like smartphones, tablet computers and Internet-connected televisions, is setting the stage for a revolution in video-enriched business communications. As the sprawl of online video extends beyond the PC and spills into a ubiquitous chain of networked video screens, companies must begin making technology decisions today that will position themselves for the most important transformation in ...

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Custom Layouts for the Web & Mobile Devices

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When it comes to creating content to convey critical information, you need to get the information across as clearly as possible. This typically is not a problem for creating content for desktop computers and laptops where the screen size is upward of 12 inches, but viewing details can be challenging on smaller screens, such as on mobile devices. For example, in the case of the latter, a picture-in-picture video mix may fare better than a side-by-side ...

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Preparing for the Age of Pervasive Video

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

Online video is on the loose.

Anywhere there’s a screen, there’s usually an opportunity for delivering video. That simple fact holds huge implications for executives contemplating the best strategy for incorporating video into their business communications efforts.

Simply put, online video is sprawling beyond the confines of the PC. For companies that invest in the right technologies, business video messages can be reliably viewed ...

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