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Streaming Media West 2010 video round up

on November 17, 2010

Two weeks ago I attended and reported on Streaming Media West 2010 for my new client, Ignite Technologies. And you know what I was shocked not to find? Cameras. Very few people were actually recording interviews of the event. Although the producers of the conference did record the sessions (check those out at the Streaming Media West site). If you want to just get the highlights, start with my “End of the Show Recap” and then watch “How do you get everyone to watch your video?” After that, make sure to read my articles, The Future of Video in Education and The Future of Enterprise Webcasting.

Kudos to my editor Ray for doing such an awesome job on all these videos.

How do you get everyone to watch your video? (Reaction to this post and video caused me to write “Here’s what’s wrong with social media: Sharing without consumption.”)
SMW_EndOfShow_Ignite End of Show Recap: Streaming Media West 2010
IgniteDemo DEMO: Ignite Technologies solution for managing and distributing video within an enterprise
SteveRosenbaum_SMW Make your office smarter. Divvy up curation tasks
DanPryor_SMW Employees scattered everywhere? Train them through video.
LarryKless_SMW In a hospital, video is second class data
SteveHaar_SMW Your vertical will determine your enterprise video needs
ColinC_SMW At a live event streaming video is just a window to more content creation
DanRayburn_SMW How can video within the enterprise impact productivity of business?
MichaelPing_SMW Enterprises’ dilemma: Video coming at you from every direction
EricHards_SMW Enterprise video streaming requires constant proactive monitoring
MarkRobertson_SMW How do your employees actually find the video you’ve made for them?
PeterYoung_SMW What you need to make lots of video
MarkRobertson_SMW The basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for video sites
TonyGreenberg_SMW A revenue model for streaming based on results
KevinHill_SMW Adding social engagement increases a video’s viewership AND rating
PaulNorthwestern_SMW Can you help a poor university director find an end-to-end video solution?
USAA USAA: Dealing with video’s complexity under the watchful eye of a financial firm
ColumbusCollege Searching for video distribution solutions that satisfy an education environment
Great card tricks from Haim Goldenberg

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