Kaltura, Mzinga team to deliver rich media to OmniSocial platform

Open source OVP Kaltura has signed a deal with social software provider Mzinga integrating Kaltura's full enterprise video solution with Mzinga's OmniSocial. The agreement allows OmniSocial users to import and share rich media content across blogs, social apps and discussions.

 "As video content grows in the sales, marketing, customer support, our customers need to quickly and easily include video, photo sharing and other media content like podcasts," said Barry Libert, Chairman and CEO of Mzinga. "Our partnership with Kaltura provides the tools our customers need to provide a rich social experience."

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