Webinar Recordings

Format: 2016-06-04
Format: 2016-06-04
Format: 2016-06-04
  • Live from the Cloud: Cost-Effective Deployments for OTT

    April 28, 2016
    Industry:Media, Service Providers

    Until recently, OTT players have had to choose what to prioritize—the level of video quality their OTT services could provide, or their CAPEX investment. Now, cloud solutions are offering a faster time to market with a dramatically lower price point. Join Harmonic to explore some of the key issues around cloud-based OTT deployments, including 

    - Live vs linear 

    - Public vs private clouds 

    - What do demand of an end-to-end cloud solution 

    - How to roll out new services 

    - How to find a platform that will scale as you grow 

    The future of OTT is in the cloud. It’s time to bring live to OTT. 

  • Make Your CEO Look Great: The New Approach to Webcasting

    April 19, 2016
    Industry:Enterprise, Education

    How do you ensure that your employees will engage with your webcasts? Discover the secret to amazing company townhalls, events, trainings, product launches, and other internal corporate communications. Learn how to refocus your webcasts on the user experience. 



    In this webinar, explore how to: 

    - Create more engaging, viewer-friendly broadcasts 

    - Extend the ROI of your broadcasts with a graceful transition to VOD 

    - Take full advantage of speaker tools for confident, polished presentations 

    Simplify webcasting production 



    It’s time to reimagine webcasting—help presenters shine, producers relax, and participants engage.

  • Beyond Advertising: Digital Signage for Communication, Emergency Management, and More (EMEA/APAC)

    March 24, 2016
    Industry:Enterprise, Education

    Is your digital signage an afterthought in your communication strategy? Whether you’re a business, school, or public space, it’s time to unite all of your video in one platform. Discover how to make digital signage an integral part of your communication plan, from public address to emergency management to the Internet of Things. Re-use video content from other channels, broadcast live events throughout your facility, and more, all in one centrally controlled architecture. 



    From beginners to power users, get your questions answered: 

    - In today’s world of screens, what counts as digital signage and how can it be connected to the rest of your video efforts? 

    - How can you save effort and money by using video across multiple channels? 

    - What cutting edge uses should you be rolling out tomorrow? 

    Join us to see how digital signage is changing—and how it can change the way you think about communication.

  • Beyond Advertising: Digital Signage for Communication, Emergency Management, and More (Americas)

    March 22, 2016
    Industry:Enterprise, Education

    Is your digital signage an afterthought in your communication strategy? Whether you’re a business, school, or public space, it’s time to unite all of your video in one platform. Discover how to make digital signage an integral part of your communication plan, from public address to emergency management to the Internet of Things. Re-use video content from other channels, broadcast live events throughout your facility, and more, all in one centrally controlled architecture. 



    From beginners to power users, get your questions answered: 

    - In today’s world of screens, what counts as digital signage and how can it be connected to the rest of your video efforts? 

    - How can you save effort and money by using video across multiple channels? 

    - What cutting edge uses should you be rolling out tomorrow? 

    Join us to see how digital signage is changing—and how it can change the way you think about communication.

  • Successful Video Platform Deployment, West-Coast Style

    March 15, 2016
    Industry:Education

    Oregon schools are on the cutting edge of video technology, with cross-campus deployments penetrating student, faculty, staff, and marketing use cases. Come hear about how Oregon State University and the University of Portland are each building the next generation of educational experiences with video, from capture to captioning. Learn more about some of their keys to a smooth deployment of new features, including integration with current workflows, getting buy-in from staff, and driving wide-spread adoption. 

    Explore: 

    - How to evaluate new services 

    - How to ensure seamless integration with current systems 

    - How to collaborate with faculty to provide the best services to students 

    - How to train staff on new procedures 

    - How to manage increasing quantity without sacrificing quality or sanity 



    These Oregon schools know how to introduce new functionality without losing their cool. Now you can, too!

  • Get Your Viewers to Keep Coming Back: How to Reduce Churn in Online Video (EMEA/APAC)

    March 3, 2016
    Industry:Media, Service Providers

    You never get a second chance to make a strong first impression. That’s true in life and it’s true for your video experience. Long buffering, poor video quality, and a clunky advertising delivery are all examples of negative customer experience which results in fewer return visits and in the case of a subscription service—churn. 



    In this webinar we will explain how to prevent bad video experiences and gain actionable insights for continuous service improvement, using Nice People at Work technology. You will learn how to build effective freemium and free trial offers and how to track the viewer’s experience. We will also review the most important KPIs you must track in order to provide a top video experience. 



    Presenters: 

    Iddo Shai, Director of Product Marketing, Kaltura 

    Alberto Gomez Yuste, VP of Product Management, Nice People at Work

  • Get Your Viewers to Keep Coming Back: How to Reduce Churn in Online Video (Americas)

    March 2, 2016
    Industry:Media, Service Providers

    You never get a second chance to make a strong first impression. That’s true in life and it’s true for your video experience. Long buffering, poor video quality, and a clunky advertising delivery are all examples of negative customer experience which results in fewer return visits and in the case of a subscription service—churn. 



    In this webinar we will explain how to prevent bad video experiences and gain actionable insights for continuous service improvement, using Nice People at Work technology. You will learn how to build effective freemium and free trial offers and how to track the viewer’s experience. We will also review the most important KPIs you must track in order to provide a top video experience. 



    Presenters: 

    Iddo Shai, Director of Product Marketing, Kaltura 

    Alberto Gomez Yuste, VP of Product Management, Nice People at Work

  • REACH for Greater Accessibility

    February 23, 2016
    Industry:Education

    As recent court cases have ramped up the requirements for accessibility for online video, schools face a challenge. How can educational institutions efficiently add regulations-compliant captions to their quickly growing video collections?

     
    Join National University for this webinar to discover how one school switched from a tactical approach to a strategic one. Learn how tools like Kaltura REACH can simplify workflows, allowing swaths of videos to be updated all at the same time for an online video library that serves all of a campus’ populations with the best user experience possible.
     
    Panelists
    Dr. Colin Marlaire, Associate Vice President, Center for Innovation in Learning, National University
    Perry Fetterman, Director of Product Marketing, Kaltura
     
    Moderator
    Rebecca Rozakis, Senior Content Marketing Manager
  • Universal DRM: Protecting Content in a Changing Video Ecosystem (EMEA/APAC)

    February 17, 2016
    Industry:Media, Service Providers

    1:00pm GMT

    The year 2015 saw a significant evolution in both browser and technology as well as use cases to monetize content and content rights. In 2016, mobile devices will continue that pace of evolution, while maintaining the need to keep legacy set top boxes supported. 

    How can you, as a content owner or provider, continue a seamless distribution of rights-controlled video content? 

    In this webinar, learn to simplify the complex world of DRM: 

    - Find out how to keep pace with the changing landscape of browsers, devices and DRM schemas 

    - Chart the way to satisfy modern devices requirements while keeping legacy devices supported alongside them 

    - Discover how to dramatically reduce the amount of storage required to comply with multiple DRM approaches 

    - Reduce costs and complexity while ensuring your premium content is fully protected by leveraging future-proof technology 

    DRM may be complex, but that doesn’t mean your infrastructure has to be. 

    Panelist: 

    Itzik Woda, Product Marketing Manager, Media

    Arik Gaisler, Senior Director of Product Infrastructure

  • How K-12 Schools & Districts Boost Results With Video

    February 10, 2016
    Industry:Education

    The shift from print to digital is here. K-12 educational institutions are now taking advantage of today’s technology initiatives to engage students, including one-to-one and BYOD programs, online and blended learning, and flipped classrooms. How can K-12 educators, administrators, and IT departments best use some of the new video technologies?

     
    In this webinar, discover how K-12 schools and districts today are using video both in and outside of the classroom. Learn from two K-12 organizations that have reaped the benefits of a centralized video repository for teaching and learning, community engagement, and video management across their schools. Discover how you can improve learning results, foster a sense of community and more through the power of video. 
     
    Panelists:
    Randi Hill, Technology Coordinator, Gwinnet Online Campus
    David H. Mallick, Manager, Learning Management Systems & Video, Phillips Academy Andover
    Wendy Papkoff, Director of K-12 Education, Kaltura

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