GEOSET Studios Named a Finalist in the 2015 Enterprise Video Awards by Sonic Foundry

Sonic Foundry, Inc. (NASDAQ: SOFO) the trusted global leader for video creation and management solutions announced that GEOSET Studios has been named a finalist in the 11th annual Enterprise Video Awards in the Video Maverick Award category.

The awards honor excellence in Mediasite integration into business, education, health and government. This year’s finalists achieved measurable improvements in information accessibility, cost-savings, efficiency and productivity through Mediasite.

GEOSET Studios is part of the Global Educational Outreach for Science Engineering and Technology (GEOSET) initiative that was established by Sir Harold Kroto to provide a free resource of educational material. The Studio in the Paul Dirac Science Library at Florida State University was formally opened by Bill Nye last year and assists students and staff with class projects and provides support for the educational component of funding proposals. Patricia Martin, the Chief Science Officer said, “We enjoy helping the university community to record and publish their work, and look forward to hearing about their success in the future”.

Dr. Steve Acquah, the Director of GEOSET and an Associate Research Professor in Chemistry said, “It’s an honor to have been recognized again by Sonic Foundry who provided the foundation for online learning within GEOSET. Sir Harold Kroto has championed the cause of education and our finalist video is a tribute to his many years of service to science outreach.”

“We continue to be amazed with the outstanding ways our customers are using Mediasite to save money, create efficiencies, drive communications and improve learning outcomes,” said Rob Lipps, executive vice president, Sonic Foundry. “GEOSET Studios is one of the most prolific creators of video in the industry and leads by example through its innovative use of Mediasite.”

Winners will be announced at Unleash 2015, the Mediasite User Conference April 27-29 in Madison, Wis.

The video by Steve Acquah can be viewed here:

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