Working With Multi-Channel Video Players (1 of 3)

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As word spreads about the marketing power intrinsic in web video and web TV programming; more businesses are coming online with their own web videos, some compiling sizeable web video programming inventories.  What to do with all of these videos scattered about your site?

Multi episodic web video players allow you to consolidate your video inventory as program episodes into one single, compact player. Look at these players as your personal online cable or satellite TV interface. Now if that is not cool enough, these players feature simple but powerful content management tools allowing you to easily organize your web videos.  Finally consider that these tools offer additional features like real time viewing statistics, channel creation, viewer photo and video uploads, syndication and even advertising revenue opportunities.  Popular players include Splashcast, Brightcove and even YouTube enables this functionality through their shared player customization options.

I can almost see brows furrowing as some contemplate what mix of content to feature in their players. In the second installment of this series I will discuss several approaches to organizing your web video content in ways sure to engage your prospects and compel them to take action.  Until then, your homework is to review the various web player options in the market and tell us the one you would use and why? Okay, get to work!

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4 Responses to “Working With Multi-Channel Video Players (1 of 3)”

  1. Working With Multi Channel Video Players (2-3) « The Eastonsweb Multimedia Blog Says:

    […] that you have selected a video player (see part 1 for reference), what content should you webcast?  While your first instinct might be to turn on […]

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