Lots of sites run video but few in Tier 1 run recurring "programs" with their own themes and producers. Here's a cheat sheet on the Tier 1 programs we were able to find, along with guidance on which producer(s) to contact.
Beyond Innovation, the tech video series produced by Toronto-based Global Live, is an earned media opp. At first it may not look like one, but it is, and it's well worth checking out. Beyond Innovation "uncovers the world’s new and emerging technologies" through interviews with company executives.
Lewis DVorkin, the man who transformed Forbes.com, is inventing again. Now an adjunct professor at Cal State Northridge and the CEO of a startup called Newsroom.ai, Lewis has built a content management system -- Newsroom Studio -- designed specifically for smartphones. Its storytelling capabilities -- in the form of tap stories -- may amaze you.
Automated video analysis is a branch of AI that involves a number of industry segments, including cloud and security. Here's a list of product and trend reporters who might fill the bill. List current as of Mar. 2018.
Surprise! Eighty-six percent of B2B video viewing takes place on the desktop, only 14 percent on mobile, according to a recently released study sponsored by SWMS subscriber Vidyard, a Kitchener, Ontario-based video analytics provider.
Former TechCrunch co-editor Erick Schonfeld is the executive producer of IDG's DEMO conference, but he also happens to be the co-founder of TouchCast, a fast-rising interactive video platform company. TouchCast lets video producers embed clickable elements -- such as a photo, a web page or even another video -- within the video frame itself. Think of it as picture-within-picture web video.