The O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON) took place at last week at Portland, OR. Portland is a fun city, with great restaurants and bars, and surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. If you’re a FOSS nerd or even just getting started with Open Source, you’ll love OSCON. Kaltura has been a proud sponsor of OSCON for
Tried and Tested Advice from Four Content Marketing Leaders “Content Marketing Matters.” Michal Tsur, Kaltura’s President and CMO said this in her introduction to the Panel Discussion about Content Marketing at Kaltura Connect 2014. A niche of marketing once overlooked by the masses, content marketing has gradually become a part of many organizations’ marketing mixes.
Sharing the excitement from floor of OSCON 2014, Kaltura’s Director of Playback Experience and Video Monetization, Michael Dale talks about Kaltura, open source and his OSCON talk about what’s happening with web video standards and html5. Be sure to visit Michael’s OSCON 2014 talk – HTML5 Video Part Deux; New Opportunities and New Challenges and
Like most developers, I was approached by my management to “Make Something Work” without having any prior experience. The job was to connect our Plone/Zope content management system to Kaltura, so web content editors could seamlessly upload and edit video content and metadata that is managed by the KMC. It wasn’t hard to find the
Being open source provides users of the Kaltura platform many advantages. Amongst which, the ability to shape and influence the platform and its roadmap by contributing code to the project. More often, when building a new integration or a publishing workflow, it’s a bit too much to dive into the platform code. That’s why you
The installation of Kaltura, just like the platform itself, went through a lot of metamorphosis over the years. Over the years, we invested many resources at making Kaltura the best media management platform. Featuring grand batch system, complex metadata engine, robust entitlements, simplified video transcoding and more. Alas, built on many different technologies, the installation
Over the past few years, consumer social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube have radically changed the way we communicate. Seeing the benefits of consumers’ real time social information sharing, enterprises have been adopting social business systems like IBM Connections not only to meet the expectations of today’s employees and partners, but also
This is a guest blog post written by Shannon K. Murphy. Shannon is the Content Marketing Manager for 3Play Media, an online video captioning and transcription service located in Cambridge, MA. Prior to 3Play Media, Shannon worked as a Marketing Consultant at HubSpot and Dow Jones Local Media. Shannon has been passionate about SEO, inbound marketing and
Article by Katie Drossos, reposted from the Blackboard blog All faculty, whether they admit it or not, are faced with the challenge of keeping students locked into and focused on the lesson at hand. There’s nothing unique about this challenge – a study by Ralph Burns found that the impact of a lecture is greatest in its
Kaltura's Zohar Babin and Michael Dale were hosted by Randal Schwartz and Dan Lynch on Floss Weekly show discussing the Kaltura Open Source Video Platform, the project history and future, the open source repository move from SVN to GitHub and the upcoming Kaltura Connect conference.