The long-anticipated integration of collaborative video editing software into Wikipedia will happen later this summer, according to a report by David Talbot in Technology Review.
The video platform is from Kaltura, the New York-based start-up. I have reposted my interview with CEO Ron Yekutiel. Ron speak about the coming "wisdom of crowds" in community-created and edited video.
In his story, Talbot quotes a prominent documentary filmmaker who says collaborative editing could be the "holy grail." We shall see.
Here's the report on Mashable.
Beet.TV will cover the Open Video Conference today in Manhattan — will have much more to report. The two-day event is streaming now.
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