Kaltura’s Compliance with the GDPR

Q: What is the GDPR? A: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is an act of EU legislation intended to give individuals greater control over their personal data while harmonizing and strengthening privacy law across EU countries. The European Parliament approved the GDPR on April 14, 2016, and its requirements will become mandatory across the


Last Chance to Take the State of Video in Education Survey

Hundreds of teachers, administrators, education tech professionals, and students from around the world have already taken this year’s State of Video in Education Survey. If you haven’t taken it yet, you’ve only got three days left! Survey closes June 14. Make your opinion heard! Take the survey.

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Launching Kaltura Lecture Capture

I recently told you about our journey to Lecture Capture, which has been underway for some time. Now that we are releasing Kaltura Lecture Capture, I’d like to share some insights and progress from the latest leg of our journey. We have been working closely in the past few months with a select group of

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One More Week Before the Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit!

We’re one week out from the Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit!  Here’s our line up: ROADMAP TO THE FUTURE What are some of the leading trends emerging from the educational technology space? Michal Tsur takes you on a quick tour of big trends you should be aware of. Then, get a glimpse of Kaltura’s own

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Why Come to the Classroom of Tomorrow Virtual Summit?

Because it will give you a great opportunity to get insights from some of the leading minds of education, that’s why! But here, let’s let them introduce themselves:     Watch these knowledgeable folks get into a heated debate on what the classroom of tomorrow will look like. Will it be a physical place? Who

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Living in the Post-Text Future

We’ve said for a while that the future is video. It’s more efficient and more compelling than text. Earlier this week, the New York Times agreed with us. In an article called “Welcome to the Post-Text Future,” Farhad Manjoo writes,  …we have only just begun to glimpse the deeper, more kinetic possibilities of an online

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All Hail the King – Recent M&As Prove the Importance of Content

Content is king… Over the past few weeks, there have been major merger and acquisition announcements from the media industry’s biggest players. Moreover, all of them have something in common, content and content consolidation. It started with Discovery Communications’ acquisition of Scripps Networks for $11.9 Billion, forming a literal TV content giant. Now Discovery will

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VR 360 Fulfills Dreams and Captures the Imagination

  Virtual reality and 360-video have the power to fulfill dreams. Case in point: Vital Zinger is an accomplished lawyer, an advocate for people with disabilities, and a member of the Israeli national Wheelchair DanceSport team – a form of competitive dancing where one of the participants is in a wheelchair.  Yet despite her many

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Teachers Community Releases Cheat Sheet Aimed At Helping Clients Use Kaltura

These teachers don’t mind if you copy their homework. Teachers Pay Teachers – the world’s largest online marketplace where teachers exchange tips and info with each other – put out a blog Monday describing how it integrated Kaltura into their platform, complete with helpful code and easy-to-understand charts. Earlier this year, the online teaching community

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Using Video to Get Closer to Customers

In a recent Forrester Research report, “Enterprise Video’s Future Aligns with Customer Obsession,” Forrester analysts tackle the issue of how to use video to support a customer-obsessed culture. They note that to do this right, a unified video strategy is necessary to personalize the video experience for both customers and employees. Using live and on-demand