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Video-Coverage GPA-djp

May 17th, 2010 | Posted by admin in Featured | References - (Comments Off)

Thursday 6th to Friday 7th of May GPA-djp, the Austrian labor union for the privately employed and the print, journalism and paper business, has held a conference exploring the benefits of Web 2.0 for reaching the union’s goals. Trickkiste.at provided the video coverage of this event, publishing the gathered material at ichmachPolitik.at.

Video-Portal for the BMUKK

January 18th, 2010 | Posted by admin in References - (Comments Off)

We are proud to announce that the BMUKK contracted us to run a video platform for them.  Schülerfragen.at is dedicated to high-school students political education. The portal enables them to easily pose questions to politicians via video and receive video answers from them.

This concept, we first tried at the general elections in Austria 2008, has proven find great acceptance amongst the people as much as amongst politicians.

Your very own video portal

January 18th, 2010 | Posted by admin in Products - (Comments Off)

Don’t get lost between millions of trashy home videos! Be your very own youtube and capitalise on your high-quality content.

Our video portal software provides everything you need for your public or Intranet video appearance.

Stream live

January 18th, 2010 | Posted by admin in Products - (Comments Off)

Broadcast you events with Adobe Flash streaming technology. We provide you with everything necessary including a professional camera crew, live editing and moderation.

Our video software runs unibrennt.tv

January 17th, 2010 | Posted by admin in References - (Comments Off)

“We support education as a means to form a responsible society instead of a mere preparation for joining the economic workforce.” @unibrennt.at. Education is especially important in times of general crisis, since only with the ability to think out of the box we will find ways to circumvent the problems we are facing.

Therefore went out to support the university protests by making our video portal software available for free to them. Currently some 300 videos, the Viennese video team produced themselves or which have been uploaded by video producers from elsewhere around the globe, are giving a very good insight about the protests and their motivation.

We enjoy this stress-test for our software and are happy to support this noble cause with our knowledge and manpower.

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