New Video Curation Tools Let You Filter Cute Kitten Virals
Thursday, 8th November 2012
As information professionals, we know that video news has become an important part of the mix when searching for business news. However, with 72 hours of video being uploaded every minute on YouTube alone, how do you sort the wheat from the chaff – the cute baby videos and the Fenton, the dog videos from those that contain relevant nuggets of information? The answer lies in video curation, and in recent months there have been launches of new apps and other tools worth mentioning.
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Penny Crossland is the owner of CH Business Research, a consultancy specialising in investigative research and market intelligence. Penny conducts research projects for clients from a variety of industry sectors, including financial services, management and security consultancy, FMCG, publishing and retail. Fluent in German, she also translates academic papers and corporate material.
Before establishing her business in 2001, Penny was Research Manager at OC&C Strategy Consultants in London. Penny graduated from Bristol University with a degree in German and Politics and has a Masters degree from London University in contemporary German Literature. She became interested in all aspects of business information through working for an industrial market research company in New York.
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