Snapcademy Clip Tip 2: Export to Twitter

Snapcademy Clip Tip 2: Export Video Clips to Twitter

 

New Snapcademy Clip Tip Alert! Snapcademy is a snackable series of bite-sized learnings showcasing how to fully utilize SnapStream's blazing-fast, online video workspace. Check out Lesson 2: Export to Twitter!

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Feature Friday: John Harden

Happy Friday! Here at SnapStream, our people are everything and we like to show them off. This week, we'd like to introduce you to infrastructure wizard, John:

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A New Era of Storytelling with John Battelle

Good journalism is a superpower.

With current events constantly evolving, journalism has taken a different road over the last several years. However, there's one crucial aspect that has stayed the same: storytelling. Journalism will inform, evoke emotion, and provide entertainment all in one effort. Because of its complex nature, it's a difficult art to master. We recently sat down with John Battelle, the CEO and Co-Founder of The Recount Media, to discuss how journalism has evolved and where it's headed.

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Welcome to Snapcademy!

Today, we are launching Snapcademy: a snackable series of bite-sized learnings showcasing how to fully utilize SnapStream's blazing-fast, online video workspace. Check out the first Clip Tip: "Clip Controls" below and start snapping like a pro!

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SnapStream Search Spotlight - June 2021

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Each customer uses our news media video workspace in their own way, but it's always easy to see when trending moments command universal attention. As usual, June 2021 was packed with big news stories and our customers were all over them. Content producers were relentless in their quest to curate powerful video moments.

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Skewed News: How Source Bias Affects Online News Engagement

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“Spiderman’s the best!”

“Nope. Batman is.”

“D.C. Comics are lame. I’m Team Marvel all day!”

People love their opinions and often make their consumption choices in direct correlation. Superhero arguments aside, the reality is sources play a huge role in the acceptance of their content. Whether it’s The New York Times versus The Wall Street Journal, CNN versus Fox News, or Marvel versus D.C., Americans are highly-opinionated, picky, and skeptical about the information they ingest, especially depending on where they get it. Good luck convincing Uncle Earl at the barbecue that your favorite news blog is better than his trusty channel-of-choice.

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