Infographic: most companies use video to engage their employees

Ragan Communications surveyed communications personnel across a wide range of companies about their use of video, with some surprising and some not-so-surprising results. Almost three fourths of companies surveyed use video to communicate with their...


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Get closer to reality with enterprise video

Last week I was hiking with my family at Yosemite.  It was gorgeous, and we were stopping every few steps to take pictures. Around every corner was an even more breathtaking view requiring another photo. But as you can imagine, those pictures don't do...


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Life imitates Art – and Art is now being streamed live on video

My colleague in the UK told me about the hottest exhibition ticket in London at the moment: the British Museum’s Pompeii show. She was disappointed to find out that it was completely sold out. She went to the show anyway - via a live video feed of a...


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Getting the most out of corporate “face time”

My wife is a middle school math teacher. One of the biggest challenges of her job is deciding how to best use her limited face time with her students.  The year is a race to get through all of the content, and more importantly have it be absorbed by her...


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When it’s time for action, IBM uses video

An audience of 434,000 doesn't rank as a Top Ten YouTube video, but it's a decent-sized viral hit.  It's also the size of the internal audience IBM targeted with CEO Virginia Rometty's employee video last month after IBM announced disappointing...


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Fuhgeddaboudit….and other notes on compelling communications

I live in Brooklyn, NY, and like all savvy New Yorkers, I know that whenever I need to drive out of the city headed west, the fastest way out of town will be to avoid Manhattan traffic by crossing the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.   If you don’t know this...


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