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Using Mediasite for Lecture Capture Found to Enhance Student Performance at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Groundbreaking study reveals majority of students prefer Mediasite to podcasting, opting to watch on-demand lectures immediately after class MADISON, Wis., July 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Sonic Foundry, Inc. (Nasdaq: SOFO ), the recognized market leader for rich media webcasting and kno...
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Sonic Foundry announces new Mediasite products

MADISON Sonic Foundry Inc . has introduced two new AV-ready Mediasite products designed to record and distribute rich media for a variety of uses. The new products, evolved from Sonic Foundrys existing real-time, rich media technology, are intended to enable customers to record and distribute ric...

Sonic Foundry gains six Mediasite clients

Madison, Wis. -- Sonic Foundry Inc. on Monday announced the addition of six organizations in the K-12 education marketplace that are using its Mediasite rich media system. The newest clients are the: Allegheny Intermediate Unit, Cathedral Preparatory School, Houston Independent School Distr...

Sonic Foundry discounts Mediasite for classrooms

Madison, Wis. - Sonic Foundry Inc. announced today that Mediasite products are eligible for their "E-rate" program, which offers schools around the country the opportunity to receive the technology at a subsidized cost. The E-rate program is designed to provide discounts between 20 and 90 pe...

Sonic Foundry reports quarterly loss, higher Mediasite sales

Madison, Wis. - Rich media communications may be improving the way educational institutions and businesses communicate and collaborate, but Sonic Foundry , a provider of automated rich media communications technology, still lost nearly $1 million in the second quarter of fiscal year 2006. Th...

Sonic Foundry's Mediasite moves to podcasts

Madison, Wis. - Sonic Foundry, a Madison-based provider of rich media communications technology, has customized its Mediasite system to record presentations and play them as podcasts, which can be played on iPods and other handheld devices. Using this new feature, audio presentations such as...

Sonic Foundry offers Mediasite to military families

Madison, Wis . - Sonic Foundry , a provider of media communications technology, will be using its multimedia systems on June 30 to help friends and family get in touch with their loved ones serving in the military. Sonic Foundry will partner with the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs ...

Sonic Foundry upgrades Mediasite for podcasts

Madison, Wis. - In a value-added move aimed at media-savvy students, the mobile workforce, and participants of the social computing craze, Sonic Foundry has introduced new podcasting and automated scheduling capabilities for its Mediasite web communications product. The latest release of Me...

Sonic Foundry gains five university clients for Mediasite

Madison-based Sonic Foundry Inc. has added five universities to the growing number of higher education institutions that use its Mediasite rich media system to power their online distance education. The University of Colorado College of Engineering and Applied Science, Florida State University,...

Sonic Foundry reports 12th consecutive quarter of record sales for Mediasite

Madison, Wis., -- Sonic Foundry Inc. on Thursday reported significant revenue increases and a 12 th consecutive quarter of record sales for its Mediasite communications systems, and reported reduced losses over the last nine months. In reporting its third quarter and nine-month period of fi...

Penn State medical center installs MediaSite

Madison, Wis. - Educators at a Pennsylvania teaching and research hospital are integrating Sonic Foundry's MediaSite product into their instruction to distribute information about diabetes, cancer, heart disease, and other medical topics. The Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center rec...

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