Entries in webcasting (27)
Granicus just released a new version of our Digital Media Player. It gives governments and citizens enhanced tools to watch, clip, and share portions of video across the web like never before. Research shows that when comparing text and video posts on social networks video receives 27% more engagement than text posts. The new player enables our clients to become a bigger part of this video revolution while ensuring they have maximum control over how their videos are published and experienced by citizens.
National Institute of Standards and Technologies Encourages Greater Online Participation in Upcoming Advisory Board Meetings, Nov 3-5
The Granicus Enterprise Solutions Team is excited to announce that NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technologies, the first Federal Advisory Committee to ever webcast their meetings with Granicus, is now the first to leverage our eComment system to encourage online participation in their upcoming Information Security and Privacy Advisory Board (ISPAB) meetings, November 3-5!
Business continuity, disaster recovery, remote backups, contingency plans....These phrases are all too common in the world of information technology. But what about in the world of government agencies, legislatures, and parliaments?
Blacksburg was named “The Most Wired Town in America” by Reader’s Digest in 1996. That’s quite an accomplishment! As the Virginia Tech community and town citizens became more wired, the town found itself needing to offer more and more services online. Add in the fact that WTOB, the town’s community access TV station, is only offered with Comcast cable and many people in town use other means to get broadcast programming, we needed to find a way to put our Town Council and Planning Commission meetings online.
The Product Development team has been investing a lot of time into enhancing the experience of our video player. Our goal is to make it easier for online audiences – citizens, news outlets, bloggers, and other content producers – to watch and publish video segments across external websites. Socializing government videos is an important part of Gov 2.0 initiatives.
Our latest news, Granicus Introduces New Federal Government Meeting Services, means big things for federal agencies that are charged with increasing transparency, participation, and collaboration under President Obama's Open Government Directive. Over the past two years, we’ve worked closely with federal agencies and advisory committees to build services that enable them to reach unprecedented levels of transparency and participation related to their public meetings through webcasting and other interactive technologies.