Fast Company Names MediaCore in Top Ten Digital Video Companies List
Fast Company this week released its annual guide to innovative companies – those having the biggest impact and driving innovation in their target markets. MediaCore is listed in the top ten companies in the digital video industry.
Since focusing on the education market in June 2012, MediaCore has been successful in signing up new school districts as well as institutions of higher learning, including such recognized names as Columbia University, CUNY, Indiana University, Penn State, the University of London, and the Royal Veterinary College.
MediaCore offers assistance to schools just starting out with their video strategy through the Educators-in-
In addition, free teacher and professor accounts allow educators to create a video library for their class at no cost, allowing them to see the benefits for themselves without a financial investment. Finally, integrations with popular learning management systems (LMS) such as Moodle and Blackboard make it easy for students to access video content from within the LMS, eliminating the need for them to log into a separate system.
“Our commitment and focus on the education sector is allowing us to meet our company goals, at the same time enabling educational institutions to change the way they teach, and how their children learn. It’s immensely satisfying to be recognized by Fast Company for delivering on what we set out to do,” notes CEO Stuart Bowness.
Free educator accounts available at http://www.mediacore.com/
Fast Company list available at http://www.fastcompany.com/
MediaCore's video learning platform is the fastest way to easily capture, manage and share video securely and privately. Currently serving over 300 schools and universities worldwide, the platform includes everything you need to create an amazing media library: free Capture apps for iPhone and iPad for recording, uploading and sharing video directly from your iOS device, browser-based video uploading from Windows and Mac PCs, an easy-to-use Media Library for hosting multimedia and related content, plus free Educator accounts and advice from our Educators-in-