MediaPlatform Adds Four Partners

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Webcasting and media management software company MediaPlatform announced that it has added four partners to its partner network. The four—Blue Sky Broadcast, Still N' Motion, Worktank, and WindRose Media—will now use MediaPlatform's software for their own clients.

MediaPlatform's software lets companies create, stream, manage, and monitor live and on-demand webcasts. Those webcasts can include streaming video, PowerPoint slides, Flash animations, audio, surveys, and polls. Other features include customizable templates and skins, the ability to use multiple remote presenters, and the ability to mix live presenters with pre-recorded material.

The four new partners come from across the United States and focus on different areas. Blue Sky Broadcast works with the medical, technical, and scientific communities, as well as in life sciences, while Still N' Motion works with the broadcast and theater markets. Worktank specializes in communication campaigns, while WindRose Media targets the health, medical, political, non-profit and continuing education markets.

"These innovative media producers are making great use of our tools, producing unique webcasts that can reach thousands of people from their Web browsers," says Jim McGovern, chief executive officer at MediaPlatform.

"MediaPlatform's flexibility to allow for integration of today's interactive technologies, including social networking tools and multiple media types, is truly outstanding," says David Corsino, founder and president at WindRose Media.

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