Enterprise video strategy: scaling up virtual events
Live streaming became one of the most popular uses of video during the pandemic as enterprises needed to communicate with external stakeholders and also employees who were working from home.
In 2022 the popularity of this form of mass communication is not waning at all. In fact, the use cases for enterprises are expanding beyond town halls, product launches and Q&As into more complex external events. The Aragon Research GlobeTM for Enterprise Video, 2022 notes that these need a more advanced workflow, the incorporation of multiple tracks and sponsor areas.
While many event tools do not have integration with enterprise video platforms, Overcast’s MAX Live Streaming has all of the functionality you need and is cloud based so you can scale up to your heart’s content.
Video podcasting on the increase
“Wherever you get your podcasts” is one of the most repeated phrases in media today. In 2022 there are around 2 million active podcasts worldwide (Insider Intelligence) and projections show that by 2028 podcasting will be a $94.88 billion industry (FounderJar).
Therefore, it’s no surprise that video podcasting is on the increase. Use cases include communicating with customers, marketing, sales, and training.
It builds on all of the benefits of audio podcasting (building a community around your brand, regularity of broadcasting, topic-based content). Video forms a more personal connection since viewers can see your face. With YouTube ranking as one of the top social platforms while Facebook adopts a video-first approach, video content enables you to reach a wider audience.
Enterprises that broadcast video podcasts build up a large library of video files: they need to be able (and facilitate their followers) to search this content quickly and intuitively.
Overcast’s Max Recognition is the solution. It uses AI and machine learning to identify people, places, events and things in videos and images.
Scale up your enterprise video ambitions
Aragon Research concludes that, in many cases, video content management and digital asset management (DAM) are overlapping technologies.
We would be delighted to show you how this tech marriage is the key to an effective enterprise video strategy. Click here to contact us.