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Workplace issues on TV

04 June 2008

Video clips on workplace best practice are freely available on WorkplaceTV , a website launched this week. Workplace TV is a website that allows users access to short video clips on topics related to the evolution of work, the workplace, leadership and business

Designed for senior professionals, from FM, Property, IT, HR and Business Management, the clips of between 2 and 5 minutes are edited from longer interviews or presentations filmed live at events and conferences primarily. The clips are arranged into three channels – more are planned – representing The Workplace Channel, The Leadership Channel and The Directors Channel. Each channel has a selection of clips assigned to itbased on a specific theme. The clips are searchable by subject, keyword and name of the speaker.

The clips can be viewed, or downloaded as MP4 files for viewing on Video iPod or similar devices, and emailed to colleagues.

It is expected that the site will be used for research,preparation of projects, learning, teaching and just keeping up to date with the changing world of work. Users can receive alerts on new clips as they are posted on the site.

Currently the site includes clips about workplace issues at Marks & Spencer, the AA and Nokia, and features Jonathon Porritt, Andrew Mawson, Professor James Woodhuysen, etc.

There are opportunities for sponsors for the site, the channels and the clips.

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