TROY – MITechNews.Com has partnered with Automation Alley to provide video news to its members. The new Automation Alley Video News Update will debut this month with interviews of Automation Alley’s 16th Annual Awards Gala winners.
“We look forward to offering our membership this unique business growth opportunity through MITechNews.com. With video news updates, our members can share news about their organization and further promote their business to the tech community,” said Tom Kelly, Automation Alley’s executive director.
Watch Tom Kelly debut the Automation Alley Video News Update: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQImCnR956M
“We’re very excited to be partnering with Automation Alley on this exciting new project,” said MITechNews.Com Editor and Publisher Mike Brennan. “We’re kicking off our video news service with the biggest technology organization in the Midwest, so we know there will be a lot of great stories for us to cover, on video.”
MITechNews.Com, a member of Automation Alley, was Michigan’s first website dedicated to covering technology news in Michigan, starting in 2000. Today, it offers news from its website, through two weekly eNewsletters, on the M2 (Squared) TechCast — a weekly Internet radio show with co-host Matt Roush, university news bureau director at Lawrence Technological University, and on a 5-minute Michigan Technology News segment on the Internet Advisor show on WJR 760 AM in Detroit.
The Automation Alley Video News Updates, aired on the MITechNews.Com YouTube channel, will highlight new products, services, executives, locations and more, providing powerful Search Engine Optimization in Google searches. And the timing couldn’t be better. On Sept. 28, the Google research team announced YouTube-8M, which leverages state-of-the-art deep learning models, allowing all in the industry the ability to analyze video.
To learn more about YouTube8M, visit https://research.google.com/youtube8m/.
Automation Alley Video News Updates are 90-second video available for $499. The package includes extensive promotion not only by Automation Alley, but also MITechNews.Com. All videos booked through Dec. 31, 2016 are priced at $399, a 20 percent savings.
For more information, contact Cynthia Hutchison, Automation Alley’s director of membership and government affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org.