We Deserve Better

first_img “I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them real facts and beer.” – Abraham Lincoln.  On my trip to Washington last year, I visited the Lincoln memorial, upon which are carved in stone many of his famous quotes. I do not remember seeing the above quote among them, but it should be. In fact it should be carved on every government building in Washington, especially the Capitol, the White House, and the USDA.   The truth is in short supply in our nation’s capital and this is especially evident in the current Farm Bill fiasco. Allegedly the sticking point that is keeping the House Farm Bill from coming to the floor is the price tag of the food and nutrient programs. Dozens of newly elected House members, who came to Washington on a Tea Party platform of just say no to everything, want billions more cut from what they see as a bloated social welfare program.  Obama Democrats say the programs have already been cut enough and should not be cut more during an economic recession. Those in the middle say, just pass the bill and we will hammer out the numbers in conference committee. By Gary Truitt – Sep 23, 2012 SHARE Previous articleCorn Growers Question Biotech StudyNext articlePurdue Extension Leader Reflects on his 5 years in Indiana Gary Truitt Facebook Twitter Our leaders, at both extremes and in the middle, have not served us well. They have all been more focused on their concerns than on our welfare.  They have listened more to the media than to their constituents.  For the next few weeks they will be on the campaign trail, so this would be an ideal time to engage them in conversation about the fact that the important industry of agriculture is not being served well by a politically divisive  and polarized legislative process.  Perhaps, as Mr. Lincoln said, if all parties sat down with the facts and a pitcher of beer, a solution to the problem could be found.By Gary Truitt Missing from all this are the facts of which old Abe spoke. The fact is that agriculture has been doing pretty well over the past 5 years, much better than the rest of the US economy.  The fact is that funding for conservation has done more to protect and improve the environment than the hundreds of billions of dollars spent by the EPA. The fact is that the commodity marketplace has changed drastically in the past few years and that grain and livestock producers need safety net programs that do not guarantee them an income but help them manage their risk, help them cope with natural disasters, and give them the freedom to respond to changing market conditions and signals. The rhetoric surrounding the debate over the Farm Bill has produced some humorous, if not downright laughable, statements.  One sign at the recent Farm Bill Now rally read, “If you eat 3 times a day you need a Farm Bill now.”  This attempt to get consumers involved in the debate is fruitless and not exactly economically sound.  The reality is that most consumers don’t know anything about the Farm Bill and do not think it impacts their lives in any way. Those who do know about the Bill think it is another government program that gives subsidies to big farmers or pays them not to grow food.   Another statement that certainly belongs in the ludicrous category is the assertion by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack that the SNAP food assistance program is a form of economic stimulus.  He claimed that 14 cents of every SNAP dollar goes back to the farm and that spending billions to give people free food is a way to support the farm economy.  If that is the kind of economic thinking we can expect from 4 more years of an Obama administration, we are all in deep doo doo. SHARE Inside the Beltway, there are three groups involved in the Farm Bill drama: the GOP leadership in the House; the Obama administration in the form of the USDA; and, in the middle, a bi-partisan group of farm state lawmakers who actually understand the importance of getting a Farm Bill passed.   All three groups have engaged in deception, duplicity, and media manipulation in an effort to get what they want. Meanwhile, outside of Washington are the rest of us who are being marginalized and ignored and who will suffer the most if the Farm Bill impasse is not resolved. Home Commentary We Deserve Better The cost of the food stamp program, however, is a deception. What is really holding up action on the Farm Bill is political posturing. Each side wants to use the Farm Bill as a way to make the other side look bad and their side look good. The Farm Bill is not the only issue suffering this fate, dozens of very important issues have become tools of a political process that has become extremely polarized.   Adding to this situation is the reality that agriculture has lost a good deal of the political clout it once had in Washington.  What happened to agriculture’s storied power which produced 15 farm bills since the 1933 Ag Adjustment Act under Secretary Henry Wallace? It used to be not “if” there’d be a farm bill, but rather how much would be in it for farmers. The dairy lobby, the tobacco lobby, the sugar lobby and other segments of agriculture were legendary in their ability to move billions of federal dollars to their sectors. Those days are over; and, while farm groups have a strong voice on the Hill, there are forces at work that are much bigger and the shouts of “Farm Bill Now!” are falling on deaf ears. Facebook Twitter We Deserve Betterlast_img read more

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Champions League absence won’t cause Man U panic — Solskjaer

first_imgRelatedPosts Ighalo: My best moment as ‘Red Devil’ EPL: Foxes attack Burnley EPL: Crystal Palace stun sloppy Man U Failing to qualify for next season’s Champions League will not cause Manchester United to panic and alter their plans in the transfer market, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said on Saturday.United are fifth in the Premier League standings with 58 points, one behind Leicester City, who occupy the final Champions League spot with four games to play. With second-placed Manchester City facing a European ban for breaching UEFA financial rules, fifth would guarantee qualification for the Champions League unless City win an appeal in the Court of Arbitration for Sport.“I don’t think the club will  panic or go crazy with plans that we’ve already talked about for years to come. You do have to have a long-term plan but short-term some decisions will be easier to make if you get the Champions League,”Solskjaer told reporters in a virtual news conference ahead of Monday’s Premier League home game against 12th-placed Southampton.United could also qualify for the Champions League by winning the Europa League, where they hold a 5-0 advantage over LASK heading into the second leg of their last-16 tie.United, who are on a 17-match unbeaten run in all competitions, have won each of their last four Premier League games by three goals and Solskjaer said attacking football was ingrained in the club.He added: “It’s about winning, of course it is, but it’s also about our fans and the way we approach the game. “You play with pace, power, you play with no fear, you take risks and you’ve got players who have got quality.“That’s just the DNA of the football club.”Striker Mason Greenwood has had an impressive breakthrough campaign, scoring 16 goals in all competitions, and Solskjaer brushed off suggestions that the 18-year-old had exceeded expectations.“We know what he’s capable of and always trusted him to be a part of this squad and chip in with performances and goals, we’ve seen it every day,” he said.Reuters/NAN. Tags: Champions LeagueLeicester CityManchester UnitedOle Gunnar Solkjaerlast_img read more

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Tuesday August 27th Local Sports

first_imgAMES — Iowa State coach Matt Campbell says multiple running backs will play in Saturday’s season opener against Northern Iowa. Several players have been battling to replace David Montgomery.Kene Nwangwu tweaked his hamstring during a scrimmage. Campbell expects a starter or a rotation to eventually emerge.Campbell is familiar with new Panther quarterback Will McElvain. The former Des Moines Lincoln standout originally intended to walk on at ISU as a defensive back before changing his mind and walking on at UNI as a quarterback.Northern Iowa coach Mark Farley says the Panthers are ready for a game.The Panthers are ranked 18th in the preseason FCS poll.Farley named redshirt freshman Will McElvain as the starting quarterback. The former Des Moines Lincoln standout edged out sophomore Jacob Keller for the job.Farley says this is by far the best Cyclone team he has coached against. Iowa State enters the season nationally ranked for the first time since 1978.Kickoff at Jack Trice Stadium on Saturday is scheduled for 11 o’clock Class 5ASchool 2018 Record1 Cedar Falls 46-12 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic 29-133 Ankeny 31-134 West Des Moines Valley 41-45 Waukee 29-156 Ankeny Centennial 41-37 Pleasant Valley 26-88 Council Bluffs Abraham Lincoln 31-109 Iowa City Liberty 19-1510 Indianola 29-1511 Des Moines Roosevelt 20-2012 Iowa City High 24-1313 Ottumwa 19-1714 Johnston 18-1715 Sioux City East 20-21 MASON CITY — With the high school fall sports season getting underway, the first rankings are out both for football and volleyball:== Radio Iowa High School Football Poll 8/26/19Class 4A1. Dowling West Des Moines vs #2 Waukee2. Waukee @ #1 Dowling3. Iowa City West @ 3A #4 North Scott4. Ankeny Centennial vs #9 Ankeny5. Cedar Rapids Kennedy vs CR Jefferson6. West Des Moines Valley @ Southeast Polk7. Bettendorf @ Pleasant Valley8. Cedar Falls vs Ames9. Ankeny @ #4 Centennial10.Dubuque Senior @ Linn-Mar Class 2ASchool 2018 Record1 Western Christian 42-52 Osage 30-73 Dyersville Beckman Catholic 44-44 Hudson 31-75 Van Buren 30-46 Clarion-Goldfield-Dows 27-97 Wilton 36-58 South Central Calhoun 30-129 Central Lyon 23-910 Mediapolis 23-1711 Underwood 23-1312 Grundy Center 39-413 West Monona 22-1114 Woodward-Granger 23-1115 Tri-Center 31-8 MASON CITY — Mason City High senior Avery Mellman has verbally committed to play baseball at South Dakota State. Mellman tweeted his decision on Monday night, saying he was excited to make the announcement that he’ll be a Jackrabbit. Mellman in his junior year for the Mohawks hit .310, had an on-base percentage of .437, a slugging percentage of .550 with 18 runs batted in. Mellman was selected as an all-conference first team player and was a second-team north-central all-district shortstop. The Jackrabbits play in the North Central Conference and were 28-22 last season. Class 3ASchool 2018 Record1 Mount Vernon 28-162 Carroll Kuemper Catholic 45-13 Tipton 39-44 Dike-New Hartford 35-135 West Liberty 26-116 Union 29-157 Davenport Assumption 31-68 MOC-Floyd Valley 28-89 New Hampton 36-610 Humboldt 30-511 Spirit Lake 33-812 Red Oak 25-1313 Cherokee 29-1714 Sioux City Bishop Heelan 24-1315 Sioux Center 22-16 Class 1A1. West Sioux vs 2A #2 Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley2. Dike-New Hartford vs Denver3. Van Meter vs Earlham4. West Branch @ West Liberty5. West Lyon vs Central Lyon6. Pella Christian @ Oskaloosa7. Mediapolis vs West Burlington8. Mount Ayr vs Nodaway Valley9. Iowa City Regina @ 3A #3 Xavier10.South Central Calhoun @ East Sac County Class 4ASchool 2018 Record1 Dubuque Wahlert Catholic 26-122 Cedar Rapids Xavier 29-93 West Delaware 33-114 Dallas Center-Grimes 36-55 Sergeant Bluff-Luton 35-76 Lewis Central 21-147 Waverly-Shell Rock 40-98 Clear Creek-Amana 26-159 North Scott 22-1210 Norwalk 20-2111 Gilbert 21-2812 Glenwood 17-1413 Fairfield 31-614 Winterset 20-815 Knoxville 17-15center_img Class 3A1. Western Dubuque @ Clinton2. Solon @ Mount Vernon3. Cedar Rapids Xavier vs 1A #9 Regina4. North Scott vs 4A #3 Iowa City West5. Pella vs #7 Dallas Center-Grimes6. Sergeant Bluff-Luton vs Lewis Central7. Dallas Center-Grimes @ #5 Pella8. Sioux City Heelan @ Sioux City East9. Decorah @ 2A #1 Waukon10.Spencer @ Spirit Lake Class 2A1. Waukon vs 3A #9 Decorah2. Boyden-Hull/Rock Valley @ 1A #1 West Sioux3. Clear Lake vs Osage4. Crestwood @ Charles City5. Williamsburg @ West Marshall6. Algona vs Humboldt7. Des Moines Christian @ West Central Valley8. Chariton vs Creston/O-M9. Carroll Kuemper vs A #5 St. Albert10.Waterloo Columbus vs Iowa Falls-Alden Class A1. West Hancock @ Garner-Hayfield-Ventura2. Alta-Aurelia @ Lawton-Bronson3. Wapsie Valley vs Clayton Ridge4. Saint Ansgar vs West Fork5. Council Bluffs St. Albert @ 2A #9 Kuemper6. Edgewood-Colesburg @ Bellevue7. Hudson vs Jesup8. Algona Garrigan vs Emmetsburg9. Wayne (Corydon) @ Woodward Academy10.Mason City Newman @ Lake Mills MIAMI, OHIO —- Miami of Ohio coach Chuck Martin says experience at quarterback is one of the concerns heading into Saturday night’s season opener at 20th ranked Iowa. Nate Stanley is set to begin his third season as the Hawkeye starter under center.Martin says the Redhawks have not settled on a quarterback. They need to replace Gus Ragland, who passed for 17 touchdowns a year ago and rushed for seven more.These two teams met in 2016 in Iowa City with the Hawkeyes claiming a 45-21 win.Martin says the Redhawks must limit mistakes.Kickoff on Saturday at Kinnick Stadium is scheduled for 6:30, with the pre-game starting at 4:30 on AM-1300 KGLO Eight-man1. Don Bosco @ #9 Gladbrook-Reinbeck2. Newell-Fonda vs Collins-Maxwell3. Fremont-Mills vs Exira/Elk Horn-Kimballton4. Turkey Valley @ AGWSR5. Remsen St. Mary’s vs #7 Audubon6. New London (1-0) Idle7. Audubon (1-0) @ #5 Remsen St. Mary’s8. Iowa Valley (1-0) Idle9. Gladbrook-Reinbeck vs #1 Don Bosco10.Lenox (1-0) @ Sidney == 2019 Iowa High School Volleyball Rankings — Compiled by the Iowa Girls High School Athletic UnionFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Monday, August 26Class 1ASchool 2018 Record1 Tripoli 24-162 Sidney 39-33 Janesville 46-54 North Tama 26-85 LeMars Gehlen Catholic 28-56 Fort Madison Holy Trinity Catholic 37-47 Montezuma 30-78 East Mills 28-69 Council Bluffs St. Albert 23-610 Wapsie Valley 21-1511 Fremont Mills 22-1412 East Buchanan 22-1413 BCLUW 26-1214 Lamoni 21-1015 Central Elkader 22-8last_img read more

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Man threatens to “shoot up” Florida Walmart a day after El Paso shooting

first_imgOne day after a gunman killed 22 people and injured several others at a Walmart in Texas, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office is reporting that they arrested a 31-year-old man who reportedly had plans to shoot at customers shopping in a Florida Walmart Supercenter.The incident was reported on Sunday in Valrico.Authorities reported that Wayne Lee Padgett was arrested after he called the store and allegedly told employees that he planned to shoot up the store.Officials evacuated the store which had 1,000 people inside as investigators worked to trace the location of the phone call.Eventually authorities were able to locate Padgett at his home near Tampa.  Investigators reported that they did not find a gun in the home, however, he was taken into custody and charged with filing a false report to use a firearm in a threatening manner.As of Monday, Padgett was being held at the Hillsborough County jail on a $7,500 bond.last_img read more

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Lacey Alternative Energy Fair To Showcase Green Energy

first_imgFacebook1Tweet0Pin0 The Lacey Alternative Energy Fair will celebrate 16 years of showcasing green energy— including alternative fuels, renewable resources, and energy conservation and efficiency—on Saturday, May 4, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Lacey’s Huntamer Park.The event also features the Lacey Grand Prix Electric Car Race, free entertainment, and a 90-mile MPG rally.The Grand Prix highlights high school clubs and hobbyists from around the Northwest—including a team from River Ridge High School—competing to drive custom electric vehicles for the longest total distance in one hour. High school and open division races begin at 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., with winners announced during a 3:00 p.m. ceremony.MPG Rally participants will attempt to beat Environmental Protection Agency miles-per-gallon ratings for their vehicles.Registration for the rally will be held from 8:45 to 9:15 a.m. the day of the event.Numerous informational displays will feature residential solar and wind technologies; energy-saving construction techniques; and vehicles powered by electricity, biodiesel, and natural gas.The event also includes a visit from Captain Recycle. The captain, piloting his amazing recycle boat, will engage fair attendees with interactive games and activities themed around recycling and conservation.For more information, visit the city’s website at www.ci.lacey.wa.us/events, or call Lacey Parks and Recreation at (360) 491-0857.last_img read more

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Watch: Cristiano Ronaldo cries after watching footage of his late father

first_imgAdvertisement 2mNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs7m4eWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Ebxi25( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 919mWould you ever consider trying this?😱uglfrCan your students do this? 🌚3jpqjRoller skating! Powered by Firework Piers Morgan recently interviewed Cristiano Ronaldo and it happens to be the most revealing Ronaldo interview till date. The Good Morning Britain host has come up with riveting elements in the interview , one of which was an unseen video of Ronaldo’s father praising him while being interviewed by a Norweigean network. The video was one Ronaldo hadn’t seen before and broke down as he watched.Advertisement Upon being shown the footage, which sees Dinnis speaking about how proud he was of his son, Ronaldo cried.Advertisement ‘I never saw the video,’ he said. ‘I never saw that video. Unbelievable.’‘To hear your father speak about how proud he was of you must mean a lot to you,’ Piers said.Advertisement Ronaldo replied: ‘Yes, a lot. I think the interview would be funny, but I didn’t expect to cry.Never. Never,’ Ronaldo admitted.The gripping documentary is set to air on Tuesday, with Piers teasing: ‘Ronaldo is a football genius and a global superstar.‘He’s also a compelling character and this is the most revealing interview he has ever given. Prepare to laugh and cry and to be shocked and inspired.’ Advertisementlast_img read more

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Rowing Closes Fall Season against Creighton

first_img“Hats off to Creighton today, who had a really good day on the water,” said head coach Charlie DiSilvestro. “We congratulate them on retaining the trophy. We gave it our best shot today. We will learn from this use to build to get stronger for the spring.” Creighton defeated Drake in three official races and retained the traveling trophy awarded each fall to the winner in the duel between the longtime rivals. Drake and Creighton resumed their rivalry that is in its 27th year, but didn’t take place in 2018 due to flooding on the Des Moines River. Creighton won the trophy in the last meeting in 2017. York Johnson Squiers Bigus Whyte Kearns DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University rowing team closed its fall season Saturday, Nov. 10 morning against Creighton on the Des Moines River. Cox -Rambhia Cox- Vroman Cox – Stock The Bluejays accumulated the most points in three races: varsity 8+, 2nd varsity 8+ and varsity 4 in a best 2-out-3 format in each race. Following the official races, the two teams competed in several novice exhibition races and one varsity exhibition race. Drake won the novice 8 exhibitions with its boats sweeping the best of three format. Hovland Evan-Cook Froeschner Lajoie Holden Manolis Smith Drake Official Lineups Drake will resume training in January, 2020 when they make their annual winter training trip south with this season’s trip taking place in Natchitoches, La. Check back later to www.GoDrakeBulldogs.com for the program’s 2020 spring schedule once it is official. Thacker Pomeroy Jaske Wilson Pereira Varsity 8         2nd Varsity 8   Varsity 4 Coffman Faria Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more

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Mamas move for health awareness

first_imgThe Clover Mama Afrika project has a number of women taking part who are determined to make the correct nutritious foods available in their communities. (Images: Clover Mama Afrika)Health Awareness Month is in full swing, and as always Clover’s Mamas are taking action to help the people in their communities eat balanced diets and get the right nutrition to maintain their health.Many people know about healthy food choices but it is difficult for the poorer members of society to maintain a balanced diet. It is here that Clover Mama Afrika works to help people lead healthy lives.South Africa’s current drought has had a huge impact on food security in general, and has resulted in food prices rising significantly. This has made it even more difficult for underprivileged people to get the nutrients needed to fight off infection.But there are community heroes who step in to provide for those who need it most. Clover Mama Afrika is a corporate social investment project run by dairy company Clover in an effort to give back to the country and make a positive difference to its people.The project has a number of women taking part who are determined to make the correct nutritious foods available in their communities.MAMAS IN ACTIONMama Sipiwe Solomons from Hazyview, in Mpumalanga, has her own food garden and piggery. Through these, she provides a feeding scheme for orphans. She delivers 30 food packages a day to 10 high schools, catering to more than 80 children in the programme.Her food garden also supplies her community hospice with food packages, feeding 20 patients.In addition, Solomons’s garden helps her to generate much-needed income, which in turn allows her to sustain her garden and piggery and so continue her efforts to help her community.The founder of the Ebenezer Care Centre, Shirley Merime, feed 120 pre-school children, 55 children from her own centre, 75 elderly people, 18 of her own workers and 60 underprivileged people from her surrounding informal settlement each day out of her food garden.Other Clover Mama Afrika food garden champions include Florence Nyakiso from Botshabelo, Dawn Irons from Ubombo and Pauline Mokae from Randsgate.Nkanyiso provides a safe haven for over 250 children and feeds an average of 7 000 young and old people each month.Although she has been badly affected by the drought, Irons still feeds 26 children and 10 adults daily, as well as 70 more people every Sunday.Mokae feeds 150 children through her feeding scheme and supplies food to nine orphans and 15 adults daily, as well as 50 church members.Many people know about healthy food choices but it is difficult for the poorer members of society to maintain a balanced diet with the rise in both food prices and unemployment ratesNO CHALLENGE IS TOO GREAT“I am so proud of our Mamas,” says Professor Elain Vlok, manager of Clover’s corporate services and founder of Clover Mama Afrika. “Even though our Mamas have been hit hard by the drought crisis they never give up and continue to supply food to their communities which helps community members get the nutrition they need to keep going.“With each Clover Mama Afrika we are able make a difference in so many lives and we hope to reach even more communities throughout the rest of this year.”Clover Mama Afrika started as a humble project 12 years ago and has since become the dairy company’s flagship CSI programme.To date, it has appointed 41 Mamas throughout South Africa. These remarkable women collectively care for more than 15 500 children and 2 500 elderly people who are unable to provide for themselves.PLAY YOUR PARTAre you playing your part to help improve the lives of the people around you or the environment? Do you know of anyone who has gone out of their way to help improve South Africa and its people?If so, submit your story or video to our website and let us know what you are doing to improve the country for all.last_img read more

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Stink bugs in soybeans

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest As our soybean begins to develop flowers and pods, we need to be aware of stink bugs that will begin feeding.  Although more common in the southern US, we have been noticing more stink bugs in soybean the past few years, even some fields where economic damage was seen.There are several species, including the green, the brown, the red-shouldered and the brown marmorated stink bug.  These insects have piercing/sucking mouthparts similar to aphids, and will pierce through the pod to feed on the developing seed. Damaged seed are often flat, shriveled, wrinkled or completely aborted.  Over the next few months, we will begin to see stink bugs move into soybean, and now is a good time to begin scouting.To sample for stink bugs, take 5 sets of 10 sweeps.  An average of 4 stink bugs per set of 10 indicates an economic population.  We are interested in gathering information on stink bug species distribution across the state and will begin our surveys this week. Please let us know of any fields that might have a high number of stink bugs.last_img read more

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5 Video Platforms Vying to Be the YouTube of the Enterprise

first_imgMassive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… klint finley Related Posts Although enterprise video adoption is slow, several platforms are competing to bring the simple video sharing experience of services like YouTube to business users. Here’s a look at five of them. Each of these solutions give uses the ability to upload video, encode it, view and share it online and track analytics.23 Video23 Video is a Danish startup and one of the newer players in this market. One of its differentiators is price. 23 Video has a single plan: $675 per month for 1TB of bandwidth and $250 a month for each additional TB. Brightcove offers tiered and custom plans. The largest non-custom plan from Brightcove is $499 for 250 GB of bandwidth.BrightcoveBrightcove started as a YouTube competitor, but changed focus to offer custom embedded video hosting for businesses. Notably, it’s created an HTML5 video player for its services for those watching videos on devices that don’t support Flash. Our previous coverage is here.Cisco Show and ShareCisco Show and Share is part of Cisco’s “pervasive video” strategy. Unlike the other platforms listed here, Show and Share is designed specifically to be self-hosted for internal use.  It enables enterprise users to capture video from a variety of sources -including Web cams, Cisco’s Flip cameras and iPhones – and upload it to a central location for editing and sharing.Although it’s designed for internal use, it has a full range of social features such as commenting, rating and related videos.KalturaKaltura is the company behind an open source video platform of the same name. It offers its own hosting service, as well as an on-premise version. The free community edition is available here. In addition to video hosting, Kaltura offers a collaborative video editor. Like Brightcove, it has an HTML5 player.Plugins are available to integrate Kaltura with open source content management systems such as Drupal, MindTouch and WordPress.Our previous coverage of the company is here and here.OoyalaOoyala is another well established video platform vendor. It was founded in 2007 by ex-Google employees. Ooyala is focused on consumer facing video, and includes an advertising platform. Like many of the others, it offers an HTML5 player. Our previous coverage is here.Photo by Jason Rogerscenter_img 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now IT + Project Management: A Love Affair Tags:#enterprise#Products last_img read more

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