WebsEdge Film Focus features World’s Top 10 Universities

OCTOBER 05, 2016 12:10 AM| no comments

Recently, Times Higher Education released their 2016/2017 World University Rankings.  The rankings look at teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook of universities from every corner of the globe. Here at WebsEdge we were excited for this announcement as we have worked closely with many of the universities for our Conference TV projects. Looking at […]

Rare Diseases – is social media changing health research?

FEBRUARY 29, 2016 12:02 AM| no comments

We all use social media in different ways – to share life events with friends and family, keep up to date with the latest industry and entertainment news, but for some, it’s much more that. People and families affected by rare diseases have identified social media as a platform to create support networks with those […]

Who has the remote control in your house?

JUNE 30, 2015 12:06 AM| no comments

What we watch and how we watch content is changing. Whilst globally traditional television is still the content of choice, the way we view and interact with it is moving fast. There is far more choice of what to watch then ever before. Many consumers have access to literally hundreds of traditional channels through their […]

Women Trying to Regain Dignity by Ending Fistula

JUNE 02, 2015 12:06 AM| no comments

Global Health TV Blog- May By David J. Olson BAMAKO, Mali — Djantou came here from Fangala, her village northwest of Bamako, to repair her fistula, a hole between the birth canal and the bladder or rectum caused by prolonged, obstructed labor without adequate treatment. Djantou’s fistula occurred while she was in labor during her first […]

Spring Travels

MAY 02, 2013 12:05 AM| no comments

So May is here and for all of us at WebsEdge it’s going to be a very busy month. We have four projects on the go in San Diego, San Francisco, Austin and Atlanta.   Our first port of call – pardon the pun – is San Diego where we’re producing AUA TV for the […]