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BrightTALK's New Way for Business Professionals to View and Find the Content They Need to Know

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/04/12 -- BrightTALK™ unveiled a redesigned user experience for viewing webinars and videos today. BrightTALK, where professionals engage with relevant content, undertook the renovation as part of a commitment to change the way that professionals learn, communicate and make business decisions.

The new design better showcases relevant thought leadership content from more than 12,000 live and on-demand webinars and videos freely available on the site.

With the renewed focus on exposing high quality content, the portal also features sharing tools, allowing professionals to relay insightful webinars and videos as well as relevant documents and links to colleagues and peers.

The redesign is also optimized for mobile devices with HTML5 players to enable iPhones, iPads and other handheld devices to seamlessly play recorded content on BrightTALK. The company also launched the My BrightTALK app, an iOS application allowing downloads of presentations for on-the-go viewing.

"This launch is a big step forward on our journey to build a unique thought leadership destination for business professionals and their communities," said Paul Heald, CEO of BrightTALK. "Exposing BrightTALK subscribers to more information and insights while facilitating viewing and sharing creates a dynamic exchange of ideas that moves projects, careers and companies forward."

About BrightTALK

BrightTALK provides an engagement platform where professionals view and share webinars and videos relevant to their communities. Every day thousands of thought leaders are actively sharing their insights, their ideas and their most up-to-date knowledge with professionals all over the globe through the webinar and video technologies that BrightTALK has created.

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