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The Kaltura European Executive Forum: The Philips Innovation Brand

On Feb, 12th we hosted our first European Kaltura Executive Forum at the prestigious BAFTA venue in London.  Customers, prospects and partners attended in response to the success of Connect in New York and the subsequent request for local peer to peer networking events. As the first of many to follow in different cities and countries, the evening made the

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Boost Your Social Business with Kaltura’s Video Extension for IBM Connections

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

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BlabDroid: The Personal Filmmaking Robot – An Interview with the Designer

We have been following Alexander Reben and his robots since MIT’s Open Documentary Lab. After our previous blog post of Alex and his robots, we received a lot of great feedback which led us to visit Alex and talk to him about the future of human interaction. The idea is simple, can we emotionally connect to an

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HTML5 Based Mobile OS and the Future of Video Phone Apps

It was nine years ago, during the W3C workshop in 2004, that Mozilla Foundation and Opera Software proposed, and has been rejected for, their desire to continue and develop HTML with a focus “on developing technologies that are backwards compatible with existing browsers.” A few months later, unwilling to budge their admirable ambition, Mozilla, Opera,


Transforming the University Experience Through Video

This article was first published at University Business. Video has been a staple of the UK university scene since those first black and white Open University programs were transmitted on BBC2 back in the 1970s. Video has come a long way since those days. Today, our universities use video as a powerful tool in multiple

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Kaltura’s CEO shares his insight about the company’s past and future (Video)

The following article was published on Beet.TV, on February 11, by Megan O’Neill. In it Kaltura’s Chairman and CEO, Ron Yekutiel, discusses the company’s evolution to date and where it is heading.   When open source video platform Kaltura first launched, it appealed primarily to the media vertical, as the media industry was the first

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Kaltura and Google Bring Enhanced Video Support to Wikipedia

Kaltura is happy to announce the deployment of a greatly enhanced video platform on the Wikimedia network of sites. Wikipedia has added support for enhanced video and audio capabilities using Kaltura’s player technology! Wikimedia sites include the English Wikipedia and the Wikimedia Commons media repository. Wikipedia and its sister sites have enabled a new video player (using Kaltura’s

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The First London Video Meetup! The Rise of Social Video: Using Facebook, Twitter and UGC to Attract and Engage

It’s been an absolutely buzzing week in the new Kaltura Europe Head Office! First, we settled into our new space by furnishing it with sofas and desks…then we cleared them all to host our first London Video Meetup! This was the first of many video community Meetups we’ll be organising, in fact, there will be

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Make Facebook understand your video pages

Read the latest updates on the Distribution Connector for Facebook here Facebook has updated Open Graph since this post was published. Read this post for a more recent tutorial and code. When you share YouTube pages on Facebook walls, Facebook does a nice thing – instead of just showing a link, it embeds the YouTube video player