Knowledge Capture:
How to Use Video and Online Presentations to Share What your Subject-Matter Experts Know


Founder and CEO, KnowledgeVision
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The subject matter experts in your organization are in demand.  The more they know, the more they're asked to share that knowledge.  And the harder it is to do their "day job".

Cutting-edge organizations are getting better at capturing that knowledge and turning it into on-demand libraries of material.  And the best way to do that is with video and interactive online presentations.  In this area as in so many others, video content is poised to surpass traditional content in the next five years.  In fact, says one of our guests in this webinar, "Video is the new Document."

During this webinar, you'll learn:
  • Key trends that are leading to a new era of pervasive video, and the evolution of "Video as the new Document"
  • How content is being shared in the enterprise and the role of video-enabled presentations
  • How to quickly and easily gather rich video content from subject-matter experts
  • How to display it in just-in-time learning libraries

You'll also get an exclusive sneak peak at a breakthrough mobile app that will change forever how you gather and share knowledge from your subject matter experts.

We're pleased to welcome two thought leaders in the evolving world of video content for an insightful, provocative webinar:

About Michael Kolowich

Michael Kolowich is a pioneer in internet content and online video.  He is currently founder and CEO of KnowledgeVision and founding producer of DigiNovations, a video production company in Boston.  A former Emmy-winning TV news reporter and producer, Michael started or led seven innovative companies in the software, internet, publishing, and media production space.  He was VP and Partner at Bain and Company, headed New Media at AT&T, served as Chief Marketing Officer of Lotus, founded PC/Computing Magazine and ZDNet, and was CEO of NewsEdge Corporation.

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