The annual list, which this year was pared down from over a few dozen nominations, recognizes the movers and shakers in the online video space. It also, in the words of editor Jim O’Neill, highlights those companies that “revolve around such cool technology” and “are driving online video forward by providing structure to build on or the muscle to move it.”
Head on over to Fierce Online Video to read the Market7 write-up and keep checking back as Market7′s industry value prop is further explored by Fierce in the new year.
What’s the buzz? CEO Seth Kenvin recently took to the air waves (or is it broadband waves?) to talk to the crew at the Digital Production Buzz about the latest on Market7. Esteemed video pros Larry Jordan and Mike Horton got the scoop on how Market7 works, new features, customers and more for Market7′s fourth appearance on the show this year! Check out the whole show here or just Seth’s interview here.
ReelSEO also checked out Market7 in what is probably the most thorough review of our software to date! They like a lot of what we’re doing and point to some ways that we can improve the service even more. The good news is that many of the features or functionality that they’d like us to address are already on the road map, and the review also provides some interesting new ideas for us to consider. So, plenty more to come, as always.
Ann All over at IT Business Edge recently spoke with Seth to learn more about video collaboration in the enterprise. As video production becomes increasingly paramount for any business, there is a lot to consider. Seth’s interview makes for a great primer on what companies should be thinking about when it comes to utilizing video.
Thanks to @Cirina and the rest of the Digital Production Buzz team, Mark Robertson and Christophor Rick at ReelSEO, and Ann All over at IT Business Edge for taking the time to talk and learn more about Market7.
Enterprise Customers and Video Producers don’t work well together.
Why? And how can we help fix this? These are the core questions we are looking to answer. Producing video is a struggle for most enterprise organizations that don’t have a full-time staff. Dealing with enterprise customers is a struggle for most producers. There must be a better way.
As we talk to Producers and Enterprise Customers, we are going to journal our adventure. Hopefully, if we do our job well, there just might be something of value in there for you.
You can’t be the only one facing your problem…