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Oh No! How to Avoid a Webcasting Disaster

Webcasting has become an increasingly mission-critical tool for enterprises. No longer confined to the annual town hall, webcasting is increasingly being used for more frequent, high-stakes events, both internal and external—quarterly strategy sessions, sales kick-offs, board meetings, virtual conferences, and other live marketing events. So if a webcast fails, it can fail spectacularly—and very visibly.

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The Golden Age of Online Video Quizzing

Online video quizzes are   A) Awesome  B) Easy C) Affordable D) All the above Answer: D, of course. People love to quiz and be quizzed using video online. Just look at HQ Trivia’s success. Since launch in August 2017, it’s grown rapidly drawing over 100,000 viewers for some episode and raising millions in investment. We

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Uniting Your Team with Webcasting

Teamwork is more critical for a successful business than ever before. At the same time, though, it’s harder than ever to get everyone in one place. Whether because of globalization, remote workers, or ever more complicated travel schedules, today’s teams may rarely all be together in one place. Getting everyone the detailed information they need

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Reinvent Your Company Call with These Easy Tips!

You passed the job interview, now get ready for the audition. Corporations are increasingly using town halls in new and imaginative ways, yet few take it further than one of the world’s biggest social media companies where newbies are asked to share their “super power” live in front of the entire company. “Colleagues have sung,

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Driving Adoption for Webcasting in Your Organization

Whenever a new technology is introduced to the company, we always think about how to bring this technology to each employee. We want our new investment to be used and not forgotten. We invest in so many knowledge-sharing tools, learning and development tools, and collaboration tools. But without a clear path for adoption within the

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Creating a Standalone Video Page

Kaltura offers a lovely viewing experience in the MediaSpace video portal, including recommended videos, comments, your organization’s header bar, and more. But did you know that you can also customize an individual entry’s landing page to create a standalone page with a single video on it? Enabling Entry Page Design The first step is for

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Archiving Webcasts

There are two ways to set up the URL for a webcast. With one method, there is a target URL from which live broadcasts are made; the resulting recordings are then found elsewhere. With the other, a single URL is assigned to the entire event; the recording continues to be found at that persistent URL

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Adventures in CaptureSpace: Creating Self-Service Video Spaces for Pennies

By Russ Lichterman Russ Lichterman at Wilmington University joins us today to share his experience creating a simple self-service video studio. These studios could be used by students or faculty. At Wilmington University we’ve had amazing success with adoption of the Kaltura platform by our students and faculty.  The KAF integration with our LMS allows for simple video

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Who Does What? Setting Up Your Webcasting Team

I was recently talking to a new webcasting client, and they wanted to know more about how to set up their webcasting team. Which department did the team sit with? How many people would need to be involved? How had other customers formed their teams around webcasting? It wasn’t the kind of question that has

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Video Platform in Your Pocket: Using Video through the Sales Cycle

What do you do when you can’t talk to a client face-to-face? Doug Wulff, who is part of Kaltura’s intrepid sales team, loves video. He uses video through the sales cycle: to reach out to prospects, to deliver targeted pitches, to respond to questions and concerns, and to sum up conversations. Using video allows his