Published: July 7, 2016

BizVision Production Services Now Available To All As Big Video

BizVision, a leading provider of professional education software services, announces the launch of a new brand, Big Video, for its nationwide video production network.

Big Video

Dan Chipman

danc@bigvideonetwork.com

801-567-3220

http://bigvideonetwork.com

BizVision Announces The Launch Of Big Video

Salt Lake City, Utah – July 7, 2016 – BizVision, a leading provider of professional education software services, announces the launch of a new brand, Big Video, for its nationwide video production network. Until now the service has largely been known only to BizVision clients needing live streaming or event recording for hosting on the BizVision e-learning platform. The creation of the Big Video brand is simply a reflection of the need that many organizations have for affordable, on-demand video production services anywhere in the U.S. and internationally.

This is especially true for training and development professionals. According to a recent survey conducted by Elearning! Media Group, video learning is the most valuable investment trainers can make. "Forty-seven percent of respondents favored video learning” to other learning investments.

Trainers now face the challenge of producing quality content that engages an audience accustomed to attention-grabbing video. Some organizations have in-house teams they can rely on for producing how-to videos, motivational messages, training seminars, or onboarding presentations. However, many don’t have that luxury. Even in-house teams will have difficulty shooting at remote locations for time sensitive material.

By providing a nationwide network of proven video professionals combined with in-house project management, Big Video enables trainers to access a team of reliable, cost-effective talent in all major US markets. According to Big Video CEO, Rob Chipman, “our goal has always been to break down the barriers that prevent companies from moving forward with a video project.” According to Chipman, these include, “not knowing a good videographer, assuming that a video project will be too expensive, or needing a shot in different city or state and not having the budget to fly a preferred videographer out.”

Live streaming video, another fast-rising phenomenon, is a particular specialty for Big Video. Since 2012, Big Video’s network has produced over 13,000 hours of live streaming content each year. “No one has the network of streaming professionals that Big Video does,” says Chipman, "because no one has the real-world experience Big Video has had. Live streaming is not just something you pick up overnight. Expertise has to be developed over time under the pressure of actual client and viewer expectations. Our vast experience is now accessible to anyone regardless of which streaming platform is preferred.”

With so many opportunities in the training and development world for successful video projects, Big Video’s goal is to be a top-of-mind resource for trainers. Says Chipman, “Video is such a powerful medium. We want anybody considering a video or live streaming project to feel confident in their ability to execute it.” With thousands of projects for hundreds of clients, Big Video believes they can provide that confidence.