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April 1, 2015 (Norwood, Mass.) - Microwave Journal announces the release of Microwave Media, a new video platform for educational and demonstration videos and other multi-media content, such as webinars and slide shows. Microwave Media has hundreds of videos that are organized by application, product, event and company, including the popular Microwave Journal bi-monthly series, Frequency Matters. The video platform allows editors, with a click of the mouse, to curate entire channels of quality content from sites such as YouTube and Vimeo. The curated videos complement Microwave Journal's exclusive webinars produced with partnering companies, along with video demos and interviews from trade shows. The content is focused on RF and microwave educational material, ranging from how-to videos to new product introduction demos.
Sponsoring companies can upload their videos into the platform (after editorial review) and Microwave Journal editors will curate relevant video content from partnering sites. The powerful platform automatically performs targeted searching across multiple sites on the Internet to return relevant video content for editorial review and publication. Top-tier sponsors will also receive a professionally produced video demo or interview at a major industry trade show, which will be loaded into the library.
"Coupled with Microwave Journal’s roll-out of their video platform, Keysight Technologies has been working collaboratively to introduce a new collection of 'how to' video app-notes to be featured content for their inaugural launch," said Charles Plott, Marketing Manager for the Keysight EEsof EDA organization. "We're happy to continue our long history of working with the Microwave Journal to provide high-quality technical and educational content. This jointly-timed effort expands that tradition in a new, modern, and easily accessible way."
The video library is available at http://videos.microwavejournal.com.
About Microwave Journal
Since 1958, Microwave Journal has been the leading source for information about RF and microwave technology, design techniques, news, events and educational information. Microwave Journal reaches 50,000 qualified readers monthly with the print and digital magazine that has a global reach. In 2012, Microwave Journal China started as a 6X publication with more than 10,000 readers. Microwave Journal is the only trade journal to peer review technical features before publication to ensure that they are accurate, timely and useful to the reader.
Microwave Journal is part of Horizon House Publications based in Norwood, MA, and London, England. Horizon House Publications consists of Microwave Journal, Artech House Books and Telecommunications Media Group (formerly Telecommunications Magazine). Horizon House annually organizes and runs industry trade shows such as European Microwave Week, EDI CON China, EDI CON USA and M2M Pavilions at CTIA and CeBIT.
Posted April 2, 2015