There is a term we've coined here at Granicus it's called the "Integrated Public Record." This is the ability to provide citizens a completely transparent view into your government meetings and proceedings within a single video player. Our player facilitates this by combining video, public records, index points, and making all of this "sharable" across the web!
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Providing a positive user experience for your government videos—public meetings, events, original programming—is crucial. I wanted to showcase a couple features on the Granicus Digital Media Player that can help you enhance the way your content reaches online audiences: Embed and Share. Not only are they easy-to-use and valuable to those watching your video, they are also proven help government agencies increase viewership to their content. In fact, the City of Murfreesburo, TN increased traffic to their videos by 2,000%!
The fast adoption of smartphones and media tablets—like the iPhone and iPad—represents the most rapid transformation in American’s preferred medium for information since the advent of television. Every day, millions of citizens are getting more and more of their information through mobile devices.
Granicus hosted a webinar today that gave over 550 local, state, and federal government agencies the knowledge they need to reach this increasingly mobile audience with their mission critical video content.
The 112th U.S. Congress kicked off its first legislative session Wednesday in a live broadcast from the House floor reaching millions of viewers on Facebook and the Granicus network. This set the tone for what's to come in the new year from Congress—a stronger commitment to transparency and accountability.
Last week’s webinar, Top 5 Ways to Increase Website Traffic with Video, attracted over 60 government agencies across the U.S. and Canada. While video becomes a powerful tool for transparency and accountability, government staff members across all different departments are still trying to find ways to use it effectively—to not only attract a wider audience to their website, but also to build public trust.
We know that many government agencies struggle to get citizens to their websites. Now there’s an easy way to get them there and keep them engaged: video! In today’s Web 2.0 world, video is a critical component to successful websites, people expect it. Think about it, how many websites have you visited lately that didn’t in some way leverage the use of video?