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Category Archives: Video

Seattle’s Pixvana SPIN Studio Now Offering VR Casting

Pixvana SPIN Studio VR CastingVR Casting THE Next Big Thing from Paul Allen and Bill Gates – backed Pixvana

Seattle-based Pixvana, a company that powers the future of XR storytelling and immersive media, today announced the release of Virtual Reality (VR) Casting to its SPIN Studio platform. VR Casting is a first-of-its-kind solution that lets customers easily manage and distribute VR videos from SPIN Studio to targeted VR headsets. A streamlined process lets customers share their immersive experiences with a simple “pair-and-share” feature that securely delivers the highest quality content to any audience, anywhere, at any time. Continue Reading

Two Spaces Still Available for YouTube Marketing for Business Workshop on Tuesday

YouTube Marketing for Business Workshop Almost Full There has been a lot of interest in Stacia Loo’s free YouTube Marketing for Business workshop tomorrow night.  But the good news is that there are still a couple of seats left.  If you are interested in attending YouTube Marketing for Business you should RSVP asap. If you… Continue Reading

Top 5 YouTube Tips for Bellevue Small Businesses

If you haven’t explored video as a powerful marketing tool you might be missing out on a powerful marketing tool. YouTube is FREE and easy to use with a massive market audience which gives small businesses the kind of leverage big businesses have with TV and Commercials. However, like any strategy or tool, in order… Continue Reading

Watch the City of Bellevue’s ‘Lake to Lake’ Video for March 2015

If you haven’t seen the great videos produced by the City of Bellevue, you are in for a treat!  Although this one is a little long (just shy of 30 minutes), it contains a lot of great information – and they promised they would be breaking their future videos into shorter, more digestible segments.  Hope… Continue Reading

Benefits of Video Conferencing for Small Businesses

According to Huffington Post, the average manager in the workforce spends about half of their day in virtual meetings. This is a huge difference from the actions of corporate leaders a few years ago who rejected or didn’t really understand the significance of integrating video conferencing in the workplace. Now, with executives singing a new… Continue Reading