SoMedia Networks wants to help you crowdsource your video production.

The Vancouver-based vendor is seeking to bring crowdsourcing to video production with ScalableVideo, a platform the company has spent five years and $12 million developing in hopes of disrupting the video North American production industry.

With ScalableVideo, the vendor claims to have created a standardized, cost-effective, and reliable crowdsourced workforce management platform for video production.

With the platform, customers can access on-demand scalable video production services and solutions to digital agencies from a network of 3,400 video professionals across North America. Video production projects can be organized by tasks, and a specialized crowdsourced workforce call on to executive the tasks on a video by video basis. On the fly production teams can be based anywhere, and local videographers tapped for projects.

 

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  • http://www.facebook.com/valentina.reptile Valentina Reptile

    If you are interested in video crowdsourcing you should also check the Uk company Userfarm http://www.userfarm.com.. they have around 46,000 videomakers from all over the world and virality is assured throughout the projects. I got really interested in their Game of Thrones and Nespresso projects for Spain. Awesome company