VeriCorder Technology Inc.

VeriCorder Technology Inc.

The media industry is going through a period of radical change. Newspaper and broadcast companies are consolidating, as their markets fragment under the onslaught of new, internet-based competitors. Indeed News Corp recently said that print journalism would be dead in 20 years!

That’s where VeriCorder comes in. We turn an iPhone into a professional quality video camera, with a simple to use APP for editing content and a backend system for transcoding and posting to publishing system or website; ideal for capturing the breaking news story or the winning goal for a local sports team.

VeriCorder (VCT) competes in the $50B online publishing space and specifically within the news gathering addressable market of just under $1B. We provide hardware kits and software under a SAAS model, which turn an iOS device into a professional-quality video recorder and editor that transcodes and transmit the result for simple posting to the web or newsroom. Shoot, edit and post from the field, all in real time!


News on VeriCorder Technology Inc.

Canadian Armed Forces Go Mobile with Kelowna-based VeriCorder's iPhone App, Voddio
Canadian Armed Forces Public Affairs officers have decided to utilize technology crafted by Kelowna-based VeriCorder. Founded by Gary Symons, a journalist with 25 years of experience as a field... more
1st Video turns your smartphone into a portable video editing room
When TV news crews go out on the scene, they usually need to bring an entire broadcast truck with them to get their footage ready for broadcast. But what if all they needed was a smartphone... more
Wavefront Hooks CNN Reporter up with BC Technology
Citizen journalist and CNN's iReporter Chris Morrow travels the world, camera in hand, documenting stories for the international news network. During her 17 days covering the 2010 Winter Games... more
Vericorder slims down field recording
Gary Symons, former CBC journalist and the CEO of Vericorder, was on hand at the 24th Angel Forum at the SFU Harbour Centre today promoting his vision of a truly portable, rugged and wireless field... more

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