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Announcing New Universal Digital Rights Management Solution

Today we are excited to announce that Kaltura is providing a first to market complete legacy and modular DRM solution for cross-platform secure playback. This will include added support for DASH and the Common Encryption (CENC) standard enabling media companies, content rights owners and OTT providers to stream premium content without needing to worry about

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Announcing Kaltura Live Streaming Analytics

Kaltura Live Streaming Analytics is a management tool that provides powerful information about live streams captured within the KMC (Kaltura Management Console) environment. Our goal is to provide customers with the ability to make informed, real-time decisions through interactive dashboards and deep user experience analytics. With real-time and historical information about live sessions activities and

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The Key to March Madness Success Is…Kaltura?

In the States, March is infamous for arguably the greatest productivity drain of the year—the NCAA Basketball Tournament. 68 teams claim their spot, either by winning their conference tournament or being selected to participate. This drama-filled tournament is then held at locations throughout the country. This weekend, we’re down to the Final Four, after a

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Thoughts on the MOOC Captioning Lawsuit

In the beginning of February, the National Association of the Deaf (NAD) filed a lawsuit against Harvard and MIT for failing to caption their MOOC-based video content. Since then, as a Kaltura Solutions Engineer for Education, I have had many conversations with educators about accessibility, captioning, and what the lawsuit will mean to all educational

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Client Advisory Board Report #1: The Rise of the Video Repository

Over the last months, there has been a significant uptick in universities interested beginning, launching, or officially tendering Digital Asset Management systems. The Kaltura team has received 10+ (do we call that a trend?) formal Requests for Information on the subject from institutions of all kinds—large and small, public and private. Digital Asset Management (DAM)

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Why you may want an internal YouTube

Video is becoming more and more popular as a channel for communication in Enterprise, but using videos within a business can be an expensive, time-consuming process. In order to be able to use video to its full potential and take advantage of it, companies must overcome these obstacles. Dennis Agusi, Global Internal Communications Manager at

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Announcing New Distribution Connector for Facebook

The Kaltura Distribution Connector for Facebook will enable seamless video publishing to Facebook directly from the Kaltura platform. With over 3 billion video views on Facebook every day, this integration provides a simple workflow for brands, marketers, and content owners to reach and connect with their audience directly. Typical use cases Video Marketing: Target real

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Kaltura and SpeakerText Launch End-to-End Integration

Kaltura is pleased to announce a complete integration with leading captioning and transcription service SpeakerText.  This partnership provides Kaltura REACH customers with another automated workflow for their transcription and captioning needs.  Learn more about adding SpeakerText to your workflow on our partner marketplace, Kaltura Exchange and visit the SpeakerText Blog to read their thoughts on

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Advice to CIOs: When you’re introducing new tech, focus on the middle

Those with the responsibility of integrating new technologies into their organization face a similar challenge: How will this technology  be adopted and increase productivity in the office? Managing this process can be a difficult task.  Often the decision makers are being pulled in two completely different directions.  At one end are the Techies–the Innovators–and at the