Kaltura

Kaltura is a software company based in New York which was founded in 2006. Kaltura state that their products allow publishers and content owners to publish, manage, monetize and analyze their video and other rich-media content. The main components of Kaltura’s online video platform are based on open-source software, enabling any site to add advanced video and rich-media capabilities.
The original concept was built on the collaborative Wiki model but uses media rather than text. Over time, the company changed its focus to providing an open source video platform with a focus on universities, enterprises, media companies and service providers looking to deploy video in their organizations. Publishers can add video capabilities using Kaltura’s hosted services, download the open source community edition, deploy the platform on-premise behind their own firewall, or on the cloud (such as Amazon Web Services). Kaltura also provides self-serve video packages for web-platforms such as MediaWiki…

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How Video is Changing the Way We Teach Children [Report]

Although video is a relatively new addition to the classroom, it is being adopted by many educational facilities not only as a teaching tool, but also as a medium for more effective communication. The way we teach children, and adults, in the U.S. is changing rapidly and video is a significant part of that change.
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Kaltura Offers Native Video App for Out-of-the-Box Video Portal

Open source video platform Kaltura has launched its new mobile video app which not only allow users to browse and view video but it also allows uploading of captured video, both live and pre-recorded. It's a single piece of software for a full-featured social video platform on mobile devices.
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Kaltura Now Offers Easy OTT Subscription Based Video Platform

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Consider Live Video Streaming and Engage Your Customers

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