About World of Webcast
The World of Webcast blog is written by marketing and product management wonks that happen to work for Sonic Foundry.
Our primary goal is to create a great reference site for the Mediasite user community with helpful – and hopefully entertaining – commentary and tools you can use in your jobs, on your committees and with your teams.
We also hope you’ll take time to connect with other customers, here or through our other networks.
Tammy Jackson is the Director of Communications for Sonic Foundry. In that role she oversees the company’s public relations and new media efforts, engaging and employing the use of emerging technologies to build relationships and connect the rapidly-growing global customer base. Prior to joining the marketing team at Sonic Foundry, Tammy worked as a broadcast and print journalist for more than a decade, where she honed her passion for sharing the stories of others. She’s parlayed that passion into sharing customer successes as they creatively integrate academic and enterprise multi-media into their daily lives.
Kristin Zurovitch, has more than 20 years experience in high tech marketing, management and sales, Kristin brings a keen customer-centric perspective to her role as Sonic Foundry's Director of Marketing. Since joining the company in 2005, she has become an avid Mediasite champion, building an active Mediasite User Group Community over 1000 members strong and cultivating community relationships that provide valuable customer insights and directly impact Mediasite development initiatives.
Nicole Wise joined the Sonic Foundry marketing team as the PR Specialist in 2011 after working in the world of daily newspapers. Before moving to Madison, Wisconsin, she spent three years in central Wisconsin reporting on 21st century learning and the ever-changing role technology plays in it. Nicole’s experience in journalism helps Sonic Foundry’s customers share their stories and promote their successes in the media.
Sean Brown, Vice President, Sonic Foundry. Sean's core focus is simplifying digital media to improve use and outcomes. Before coming to Sonic Foundry in 2002, Sean has 23 years of product management and education business development experience at IBM, Apple and Oracle. He is a past president and board member of the Hopkins Foundation for Innovation in Education. Today, Sean also hosts Sonic Foundry's popular, monthly best practices webinar series for higher education.
Donny Neufuss brings more than 11 years of online rich media experience to his role as the Account Manager for Sonic Foundry's Event Services division. He works with event planners, corporations, associations and production companies to provide webcasting services and hybrid blended event solutions. From small intimate meetings to large annual conferences, Donny has helped organizations leverage streaming media technology to extend the reach of their events. Some of his clients include AOL, Dell, Forrester Research and the Movement Disorder Society.
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