Introducing Video Pulse
Video Pulse allows you to collect insights on recorded video content anytime, anywhere.
Real-time voting and polling, messaging, social media integration, customizable content, instant insights, and more.
Segment audience data by the criteria of your choice. Isolate high and low points of voting and agreement. Visualize insights instantly or download the data for later use.
Integrate into any website, live stream, and broadcast channel through iframes, streaming video services, and data APIs.
Free for you and your audience.
SKDKnickerbocker, a prominent consulting, advertising, and research firm, utilized Microsoft Pulse to facilitate a focus group for a Fortune 50 company. The company held a gathering of key reputational stakeholders and wanted to take advantage of the event to ask them for their thoughts on the company and their corporate responsibility efforts. They needed an organized, easy way to engage with stakeholders on their own devices, and Pulse was the ideal solution.Read more
No Labels, a bipartisan grassroots organization, used Microsoft Pulse to engage, activate, and learn from their participants during their inaugural Problem Solvers Convention, held in the primary state of New Hampshire in the Fall of 2015 in partnership with The Hill newspaper.Read more
The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) used Microsoft Pulse (previously “Bing Pulse”) to gauge audience feedback in real-time during CNBC’s interview with President Bill Clinton and a panel during a broadcast conversation at the 2015 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, which reached more than 170,000 people.Read more
CNN gave viewers a voice during the September 16, 2015 CNN Reagan Library Debate by allowing them to react in real-time with Microsoft Pulse. Hundreds of thousands of viewers used Pulse to engage with the debate on a second screen, indicating whether they agreed or disagreed with what the candidates were saying.Read more
Sky News used Microsoft Pulse to engage its viewers during the September 2015 Labour Leadership debates. Tens of thousands of Britons participated throughout the debate between the four Labour party candidates. In all, over 567,000 votes were cast during the 90-minute debate, and Sky News pushed six content-driven instant poll questions, allowing a deeper look into key moments and themes of the debate.Read more
The Aspen Institute used Microsoft Pulse (formerly named “Bing Pulse”) as the official audience response system of the 2015 Aspen Ideas Festival, a week-long thought leadership festival featuring seminars and discussions led by leading figures in business, journalism, social activism, politics, and more.Read more
Starting in early 2015, MSNBC has implemented Microsoft Pulse (formerly “Bing Pulse”) daily during their daytime and primetime programming to engage their viewers at home. For two hours of news programming a day, Pulse drives audience engagement and illustrates insights on the day’s news.Read more
CBS News: 50 Years Later, Civil Rights used Pulse (formerly known as Bing Pulse) live from the Ed Sullivan Theater in Manhattan with Bob Schieffer moderating this historic evening. The audience included relatives of civil rights workers killed in Mississippi, noted civil rights activists, and celebrities.Read more