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BizVision Announces Availability of National Videographer Network for Remote Webcasting

BizVision, a leading provider of video-powered online training and professional education, today announced the public availability of its nationwide network of professional videographers. These videographers are trained to provide webcasting and video streaming services for organizations of all sizes across the country on the company’s turnkey, cloud-based video solution.

BizVision provides professional associations, educational institutions and companies of every size with instant infrastructure to stream or record conferences, events and training sessions anywhere. Last year alone, BizVision managed more than 10,000 hours of video webcast events. To meet the needs of clients for cost-effective, professional video production anywhere in the country, BizVision can tap into the expertise of thousands of video professionals and webcasting technicians in all 50 states.

With online video established as a preferred medium for distance education and training, BizVision’s services and solutions have been optimized for companies and professional organizations that need to enlist only periodic help from video and webcast teams for mandated trainings and professional development, as well as other presentations.

“By being able to provide local production resources in all 50 states, our videographer network helps our clients overcome what has traditionally been a major hurdle in remote video webcasting and recording,” said Rob Chipman, founder, president and CEO of BizVision. “Our internal video production expertise has enabled us to fully grasp the intricacies of webcasting and multiply the effectiveness and revenue of our clients. As video has fast become a valuable medium for communication and online learning, we have streamlined the cost and process of capturing live learning events to provide organizations with a single solution.”

Thoroughly tested in large-scale deployments for professional education and enterprise applications, the BizVision platform offers complementary functionality beyond live and on-demand webcasting, including registration with e-commerce, Q & A and live chat, closed captioning, tests and certifications, advanced participation reports and synchronized slides. BizVision’s comprehensive technical platform has no startup costs, no minimum usage requirements and no exclusive commitments.

For more information, visit www.bizvision.com.

About BizVision

BizVision, a leading provider of video-powered online training and professional education, helps professional associations, educational institutions, small businesses and large enterprises to leverage the power of video in their online learning and communications. Through its unique, turnkey combination of a technical online video platform and an array of essential services, BizVision enables organizations of any size to broadcast live events and on-demand recordings. Based in Salt Lake City, BizVision was founded in 2008 by Rob Chipman and is currently backed by Crocker Ventures. For more information, visit www.bizvision.com.

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