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How Social Video is Revolutionizing Publishing: Evan White of Viddy Interview

by Murray Newlands

Viddy

The only way you used to be able to get a video onto social media was to upload it from your computer, usually your desktop. This slowed the dissemination of information in video form, especially news videos, since it could take a few hours for people to see them after they were shot. In this Future of Publishing episode, Murray Newlands talks with Evan White of Viddy.com about the future of video publishing.

What is Viddy?

The folks over at Viddy explains the description of their services as follows (excerpt):

Viddy provides a social mobile application that makes it easy to quickly capture, produce, and share bite-size videos with the world (collectively, such services, including any new features and applications, and the Site, the ”Service“). Unlike traditional video services, the Service allows users (”you“) to instantly create beautiful videos, share them with those who matter most, and provides instant feedback and inspiration for the community.

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Murray Newlands is the CEO and Founder of Influence People, a marketing consulting firm headquartered in San Francisco. You can follow Murray on @MurrayNewlands

Murray has written 8 articles at iBlogzone.com

1 Si @ Leadership Styles May 26, 2012 at 10:52 am

Does this mean that I can expect to hear about news ‘AS’ it is happening? That would certainly be quite exciting! To get a text from a news site, with an -almost live vid feed!

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Becca

May 27, 2012 at 10:36 am

Viddy apps is completely new for me. But it really seems to be very useful and convenient! Thanks a lot for sharing this post, now I have strong desire to find out more about thisapps.

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