No video talent in-house? No problem.
The lack of an in-house video team doesn’t need to stop companies from streaming events online. BizVision, a Salt Lake City, Utah-based company that offers professional education through online video, announced today the public availability of its professional videographer network. Trained in BizVision’s own turnkey, cloud-based video platform, these videographers are ready to provide video support for any size company. The network includes thousands of listings, with professionals in every state.
Being able to outsource video production could be helpful to companies just beginning to experiment with online video, or with companies that only need to stream a few events a year and don’t want to make a big investment. BizVision also works with educational associations and professional associations. The company streamed over 10,000 hours of conferences, events, training sessions, and more in the last year.
Besides simply streaming or recording video, BizVision offers extras such as viewer registration, e-commerce tools, question-and-answer functionality, live chat, and closed captioning. Companies can use BizVision to administer tests or certifications to viewers, and deliver slides synchronized with the video. When the streaming session is over, BizVision offers detailed participation reports.
There’s no minimum usage for BizVision services and no exclusive commitments. Companies are free to use it only when needed. For pricing, visit the videographer network section of the BizVision site and request a quote.
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