KnowledgeVision Launches the Knovio AutoNarrate Feature for Online Presentations

AutoNarrate virtually eliminates searching for voice-over talent and time-consuming scheduling to help content creators deliver narrated presentations in multiple languages in seconds.

Lincoln, Massachusetts, October 18, 2018 — KnowledgeVision Systems, a leader in smart media and online video presentation technology, today announced a powerful new platform feature that enables Knovio’s corporate and enterprise account customers to quickly deliver narrated presentations in seconds. KnowledgeVision has been an innovator in the online presentations and live streaming industry since 2010, but the AutoNarrate feature represents an evolution in how training, HR and corporate communications professionals deliver talking presentations.

“Our Knovio customers, especially those who manage large training and HR organizations, really understand the value and need for engaging content. Every day they are embracing new and exciting ways to deliver it,” said KnowledgeVision founder and CEO Michael Kolowich. “The AutoNarrate feature gives them an extremely effective and flexible option to reach global audiences with translated content.”

Easy to use presentation workflows make it remarkably simple to create and deliver engaging smart media content. Additional content management tools combined with AutoNarrate provide users with an exceptionally easy way to deliver video, multimedia presentations and live content.

The AutoNarrate feature is included in all paid Knovio subscriptions and in corporate accounts. See how it works and set up a demo.

About KnowledgeVision

KnowledgeVision is the leader in smart media creation, hosting, and tracking technology. Its Knovio online video platform is used by more than 300,000 people worldwide in more than 2,000 companies and campuses to create, host, share, organize, collaborate around, and measure online media and presentation content.

Founded in 2010 by a team of online media pioneers led by ZDNet founder Michael Kolowich, KnowledgeVision is backed by GrandBanks Capital, Rand Capital, and a group of individual investors who believe in the company’s mission to bring smarter video content to every business, organization, and educational institution.

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