An effort at Kansas State University seeks to preserve thousands of hours of video content amassed over the last three-plus decades. The legacy content, including historical footage, guest lectures and more, is being imported to Sonic Foundry’s Mediasite video content management platform, which will serve as a central repository for all academic video files on campus.

 

“We’ve had a history of solutions scattered everywhere, and Mediasite is a great end-to-end, automated platform from capturing to managing to distributing the media,” said Brandon Utech, instructional media administrator for the Kansas State University Office of Mediated Education, in a statement.
 

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