The crew over at the Digital Production Buzz has become fond of Market7 over the years (the feeling is mutual). While many were making party dip, procuring spirits or mentally preparing to watch Snooki drop in the New Year’s ball, Market7 CEO Seth Kenvin called into the Buzz to talk about the latest video.Market7.com product update. Host Larry Jordan got to the heart of the trends driving the upgrade, what it meant for customers and why it was a very natural, logical evolution for a product that exists to make video production management simple and seamless.
Check out the full show over at the DPB website (there’s a link in the player that takes you right to Seth’s interview) or click the link below for the Market7 excerpt.
There are few general tech writers with as much video knowledge as blogger/trend-spotter/startup-lover Robert Scoble. So we were thrilled when he decided to come pay us a visit to conduct what turned out to be a terrific video interview about Market7.
Robert sat down with CEO, Seth Kenvin and Creative Advisor Shannon Newton at the Pixel Corps studios to talk video and how we help make it better. A ton of ground was covered: common video production pain points, how/why video producers and their clients approach projects differently and how to overcome associated challenges, resource management, Market7 functionality and much more.
Robert’s producer Rocky Barbanica whipped up two great interview videos that we think you’ll really like. A quick two-minute teaser can be viewed here, or you can watch the full-length piece here (or embedded below). We recommend watching several times. Like a great movie, they get even better with repeat viewings! Finally, you can check out Robert’s post about Market7 over at the Building43 site.
We’re extremely proud to have developed an online media production management tool that helps customers of all sizes and from all market sectors produce great video. And that Robert thought enough of it to spend time learning more and sharing with his readers.
Economy reviving? Market7 releases our first new employee interview in a long time. Mark brings an eclectic resume that ranges from B movie king Roger Corman to tech industry stalwart Hewlett-Packard, so he’s a natural fit for us. This is our first remote interview, and please excuse the “Call Recorder Demo” slapped on here since we are still just “trying out” / haven’t yet bought the 2-site recording software (but they at least get a link out of it). Economy may be reviving, but we remain a parsimonious start-up. One that’s now joined by Mark working hard to advance us, and if you reach out to email@example.com he’s glad to share how we can help you.
Video extraordinaire and guru Larry Kless did an in-depth interview with Market7 CEO Seth Kenvin, along with a great blog post to accompany it. Larry gets to the heart (& several other organs) of what Market7 is all about, and talks how and why the company got started, how Market7 addresses the very different manner in which teams must collaborate when producing video and the many different environments for which the video.Market7 software is built.
Check out the video below and head over to Larry’s blog to read more.
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.
We appreciate Peter Wylie’s insightful questions about how it is to put a new start-up company through its paces in the current, challenging economic environment. Check out those questiona and our responses here (meaning, click logo below to link to the interview):
For those of you who missed Seth’s interview on Digital Production Buzz, there is the full interview below. Dig Prod Buzz had a great setup this year interviewing thousands of people about cool stuff happening at NAB (I don’t know if it was actually thousands but it sounds so much better). In the interview Seth talks about our newest features released for NAB, the ability to export comments directly into Final Cut Pro and Adobe Premiere. Seth talks about other exciting things, most of it is true…ENJOY!
I was fortunate to run into Daisy Whitney, who’s written some nice stuff about us before, on the floor of NAB last week. She turned to her husband Jeff Brooks, who was there on assignment by Beet.TV, and she told him he had to get some footage on us “because . .” and then she much more concisely recounted Market7′s offering and its value than I do in the clip below. It’s my elevator pitch, which you can hear in person if we’re together in one of those elevators that takes 20 minutes get to a mine miles underground. I just got an email from Beet.TV CEO Andy Plesser pointing out that the post is now up. Thanks Daisy and Jeff and Andy!
Larry Jordan interviewed myself and Brent Bye, a longtime Market7 customer, for Digital Production Buzz last week. We will be on the program again for a continuation of this interview next week. We talked about the very common struggles most video producers face working with clients and how Market7 can help. Here is the very short interview.