Read how organizations worldwide are choosing to record, seach and archive their own TV with SnapStream.
SnapStream gave political blogger Jed Lewison the ability to quickly search, identify and begin editing telecasts as he needed them – in real time.
Recording the City on the Bayou
The City of Houston Mayor's Office modernized an outdated TV capture system based on VHS-cassette tapes and recorders and streamlined their media awareness practices.
Analyzing TV to Streamline Communications Efforts
The City of Greensboro, the third largest city in North Carolina, records television to monitor and evaluate employees' interviews in local news broadcasts. SnapStream replaced the city's antiquated VCR setup to provide an efficient solution for monitoring and search TV.
Getting Television into the Classroom
Tri-Rivers Career Center supplements its vocational training courses with educational TV programming. SnapStream delivers recorded TV content to every classroom, creating a digital library for teachers.
SnapStream helps Sugar Land keep things running smoothly. Replacing TiVo, SnapStream records all major network news and even captures city council meetings for local rebroadcast. Sweet!
Using TV to Enhance Classroom Curriculum
The Forsyth County School District needed an easier way of bringing TV to the classroom, while also eliminating the bulk and clutter of TVs, VCRs, and VHS tapes.
NEW! Tracking TV in the Live Music Capital of the World
The City of Austin has a powerful shared network setup, where SnapStream resides in Austin City Hall for use by all the department PIOs across the city. Having a single solution provides self-service for all 25-30 departments, eliminating the need for clip requests and enabling the city to do more with less.
As a central part of its public relations effort, the Houston Livestock Show
and Rodeo creates a daily DVD of media mention during its annual celebration of Western culture.. SnapStream has helped the
Rodeo simplify and streamline this process.
Library Maintains Visual Archive With SnapStream
The University of Hawaii preserves TV broadcasts about island history and culture. The library switched to SnapStream, after decades of using VCRS, to ensure the integrity and longevity of its media collection.
Helping a PR Firm Create Buzz
Kaplow, a full-service PR firm in New York City, improved its ability to take advantage
of high-profile public relations opportunities on television. By carefully monitoring TV with SnapStream, Kaplow has garnered valuable media exposure for their clients, their brands and their products.
Analyzing Broadcast Journalism at Emerson College
The Department of Journalism at Emerson College uses SnapStream to gain access to a constant stream of televised newscasts for all kinds of classroom
study, from content analysis to independent student projects.
Miami PD's Public Information Office now spends a mere fraction of its day monitoring television, enabling them to re-allocate resources towards meaningful community programs.
Automating TV Recording and Analysis
With SnapStream, Stratatech provides clients with detailed reports that measure and evaluate on-air mentions versus cost for specific televised sporting events.
The City of Plano Upgrades its TV Technology
Plano's Police Department, which serves one of the largest suburbs of Dallas, uses SnapStream to record and monitor televised newscasts
for mentions of their city and police department. The ability to digitally search and archive TV has transformed their entire process, top to bottom.
20,000 VHS Tapes Under the Sea
Metro Monitor improved the efficiency of its media monitoring business by eliminating the physical
storage and transport of VHS cassette tapes. The all-digital process allows them to offer same-day video access to their clients, which is much faster!
Serving the Sheriff in Houston's Harris County
The Harris County Sheriff's Office expanded their use of news media television broadcasts for investigative work and PR by cutting the expense of TV clips from an outside media monitoring agency. Did you know SnapStream is based in Houston?