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In the News: Coverage of the Funding

A quick round-up of some of the coverage of our latest funding round: The New York Times: Video Software Maker Kaltura Raises $50 Million From Goldman Kaltura, which makes software that allows users such as companies and universities to upload and share video over the web, has raised $50 million from Goldman Sachs’s private capital

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Future-Proof: Key Considerations for Designing an OTT Solution

The world of OTT moves fast; technologies and consumer expectations are constantly evolving. So how do you make sure your OTT solution isn’t obsolete months after launching it? In this video from Kaltura Connect, Paul Larbey from Nokia walks through some of the key considerations you’ll need to address while designing an OTT solution to

Education

Evaluating Teaching Software Tools

Students and teachers are both continuously tested, reviewed and ranked to ensure they are achieving a high standard and to identify where there are issues so they can get more support and improve. If we are performing these reviews with our people, why are we not doing so with our teaching software tools? The importance

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Kaltura Refreshed

For years now, Kaltura has been the leading video platform. This week, we got a big vote of confidence, along with a brand new look. New Funding Round We’re pleased to announce that we’ve secured a $50 million pre-IPO funding round from Goldman Sachs’ Private Capital Investing group. Holger Staude, Vice President in Goldman Sachs’

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How Interactive Video Quizzing Helps Teachers & Students

As we wrap up the summer conferences and prepare for back-to-school I’m starting to get more and more requests for interactive video quizzing. I have no doubt it’s because of the recent announcement of Workday acquiring Zaption. With this sudden excitement and interest with interactive video quizzing, I decided to explore the pedagogical advantages of

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Net Neutrality, Meet Video

Net neutrality is the idea that Internet service providers (ISPs) like telephone and cable companies should not discriminate or charge differently for types of data, users, or attached equipment. It is the Internet we now know. In the U.S. this principle has set the stage for a fierce battle between ISPs and growing businesses, small

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Fighting Digital Piracy

Adrian Pennington on The Write Stuff cited an article in Broadcast recently that’s worth taking a look at. As illegal streaming continues to rise, he examines some of the measures that broadcasters are taking against digital piracy to protect their media investment. He notes, Brand protection service NetNames reckons that more than 23% of web

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Successful Internal Video Strategies

Recently, I chaired a Global Executives Event in Amsterdam. Companies from various parts of Europe converged to discuss how to unleash digital internal communications in enterprise. Experts from Fortune 500 and 1000 companies presented some of the internal video communications challenges that they have been facing, and shared their strategies for overcoming these problems. As someone

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Webcasting by Role: Webcasting Producers

So you want to create a webcast. Who’s involved? We’re going to take a look at some of the roles involved in making an awesome webcast, from webcasting producers to presenters to the audience. The Producers: The most important people in the webcast. They make sure that everything is set up, that people show up,

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What’s the State of Video In Education?

Yesterday, we released the results of our third annual survey, The State of Video in Education 2016 – A Kaltura Report. We talked to educators, instructional designers, media and IT professionals, senior administrators, and students. Respondents came from higher education institutions, K-12 schools, ed tech companies, and educational nonprofits and institutions from around the world.