MITechNews TV Launches With Auto Tech Channel

MITechNews TV Launches With Auto Tech Channel

ANN ARBOR – MITechNews.Com is expanding its technology video news coverage by adding the first of many topic specific channels – Auto Tech.

Editor Mike Brennan attended the Center for Automotive Transportation’s Management Briefing Seminars in August and shot more than a dozen videos interviews with top auto tech decision makers, CEOs, CIOs and other experts. The first two videos are now posted on MITechNews.TV – interviews with the CEO of Karamba Security and P3 North America who both discuss Connected and Autonomous Vehicle development and protecting them from hackers.

You can view these videos by clicking on https://mitechnews.com/mitechnews-tv/

During September, the remaining videos will be posted, two each week, leading in October to the launch of a live video service – call it the Cloud TV Network – done in the cloud through a partnership with VideoMeeting Corporation.

“Video is what our audience now and the audience we want to reach want,” Brennan said. “About two-thirds of what gets consumed on social media is video. Once we get our live platform operational, we’ll be able to go live when news breaks. We’ll be able to do live CNN-style video interviews with anyone anywhere. All our guests will need is a strong Internet connection and a good video camera to participate. And when those interviews are concluded, the video will be available on-demand and archived in specific channels.”

Other channels in development include Artificial Intelligence, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things, Blockchain, and Application Development.

For more information, email Brennan@mitechnews.com

By |2018-09-07T10:43:25+00:00September 7th, 2018|Auto Tech, Featured, News|

About the Author:

Founder of Michigan News Network, and serves as CEO, as well as Editor & Publisher of MITECHNEWS.COM. Brennan has worked since 1980 as a technology writer at newspapers in New York, NY, San Jose, CA., Seattle, WA., Memphis, TN., Detroit, MI., and London, England. He co-founded and served as managing editor of Pacific Rim News Service (SEATTLE), which developed a network of more than 100 freelance journalists in 17 Asia-Pacific countries.

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