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Sonic Foundry Announces Enterprise Video Award Winners at 10th Annual Mediasite User Conference, Unleash

May 02, 2016

Sonic Foundry announced the winners of the 12th annual Enterprise Video Awards.

Winners were honored at Unleash, the global Mediasite User Conference in Madison, Wis., and the awards ceremony can be viewed on-demand here.

“Congratulations to this year’s Enterprise Video Award winners for embracing online video to achieve measurable cost savings, efficiencies and productivity with Mediasite,” said Rob Lipps, executive VP, Sonic Foundry. “It’s an honor to recognize the best and most innovative ways our customers are using our products, and they never stop amazing us with their creativity. They’re great examples of why having a video strategy is essential to success in today’s digital world.”

High-Profile Event Award: CompTIA
Global IT association increased attendance at its premier event by going hybrid with Mediasite.

Innovation Award: University of Florida Department of Physics
New ‘glass chalkboard’ using Mediasite Desktop Recorder creates more engaging STEM courses.

Learning Environment Award: Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning, Missouri State University
“Mediasite allowed me to focus on the teaching side. All of the recording, the editing, the lighting, the audio, even where it’s stored and how it’s delivered to students – that big burden was taken away from me. All I had to do was focus on what I do, and that is teach math.” – Jennifer Pursley, Math professor

Outcomes Award: St. George’s University
West Indies university program “Peace Through Medicine” helps South Sudan students study medicine via Mediasite vodcasts.

Prolific Use Award: Escola Sao Paulo
China’s St. Paul School prepares students to communicate and collaborate globally with Mediasite lecture capture.

Student Achievement Award: University of Antwerp
Belgium university faculty create, share lecture clips via Mediasite Desktop Recorder.

Video Maverick Award: (Tie) Evan Guyer, senior video engineer, Northrop Grumman & Leon Huijbers, head of NewMedia Centre, Delft University of Technology

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