I hope this find you winding down the year in good health and good spirits with an eye towards new possibilities for 2023. We at Cadmore are grateful for the trust and encouragement we’ve received this year from clients, partners, and supporters far and wide. Just a couple of things to draw your attention to:
- Once again, we’re pleased to sponsor NISOPlus23, taking place at a computer near you February 14-16. In addition to hosting the event, Violaine will be chairing a panel on putting the new video and audio metadata recommendations into practice. Register here.
- If you’re wondering what to do with all the recorded meeting content collected over the past couple of years, you’re not alone! You can view the recent roundtable conversation hosted by Silverchair as part of their Platform Strategies webinar series here.
Read on for a recap of a Highwire webinar on scholarly video to learn more about the impact of metadata on video discoverability, a wish list for the future, and challenges still to come; as well as a recent Research Information deep dive into video; and Cadmore’s two newest clients.
If you’re thinking about upgrading your current video workflows and infrastructure, launching a new product, or just ready to take the first step, please reach out to us. We’d love to explore options with you and share what we’re learning.
Wishing you all the best in 2023,
Bridging the Gap with Video
Interviews with a range of players in scholarly videos examine discoverability, ensuring quality content, ownership and permissions, and opportunities for the future.
AAAS Selects Cadmore Media to Host Streaming Content on Science.org
A news article announcing a new streaming partner for the publisher of Science magazine.
STM Publishing News
American Institute of Physics Publishing Partners with Cadmore to Host Streaming Media
A news article showcasing AIPP’s decision to use Cadmore as their new hosting and streaming media provider.
Society for Scholarly Publishing
A recent webinar from Highwire mapped out the current status of streaming media in scholarship, provided insight into the recommendations from the NISO Video and Audio Working Group, and outlined some current case studies and challenges.
As Tony Alves, Senior VP of Product Management at Highwire, noted, video content has been available in various formats for some time now, but initially it was mostly just people talking and audiences wanted actual demonstrations and procedures. Yet even when this type of content was generated, the lack of discoverability made for initially low usage when brought online.
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Meet the Cadmore Team:
Greg Gunderson, Senior Business Analyst
What about your professional background made you a good fit for Cadmore?
I have worked in the scholarly publishing industry for many years, for both a publisher and a publishing services vendor. This has given me the opportunity to work in many different roles and with a wide range of products, technologies, and teams, including streaming video. Throughout my career I’ve also enjoyed learning, problem-solving, and to be unafraid of trying something new, which has certainly helped me in my role at Cadmore…