Fortuitously timed to coincide with FEED’s enterprise video special, Kaltura has published its survey of how companies are approaching video
One of the rising stars at last year’s NAB trade show: a virtual clipping company which hails from the education sector
This month, a (hypothetical) space technology company we’re calling “Tuskie Works” asks our experts how to create an internal video channel and use video to boost morale, productivity and even loyalty
When a high-end video technology company decided it needed a corporate comms solution, it decided to put its own tools to the test
Classical music non-profit AIMS livestreams its annual music festival using TVU Networks to increase awareness
There is an explosion of virtual set technologies. Once reserved for top-tier broadcasters, video magic is now becoming available to anyone
Ameen Abdulla is the CEO and founder of Soundwhale, a creative platform that allows users to control their mix for videos
This year’s Video Vortex conference in Malta was a chance to think deeply about our (really quite bizarre) video-centric world
Wirewax describes itself as a creative video technology, which manifests itself primarily as an interactive video studio where its customers can upload videos and use its computer technology – which understands those videos – to make them interactive via creative layers.
The streaming video ecosystem is less green than we all suppose. And it’s going to get worse very quickly.