Display your youtube playlists or channels on your site directly from Youtube - Tamberra
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Display your youtube playlists or channels on your site directly from Youtube

youTube Integration

07 Jun Display your youtube playlists or channels on your site directly from Youtube

Do you manage your publication’s videos through YouTube? Tired of the additional work required to get them setup on your site? Tamberra has crafted a solution that talks directly to the Youtube API and eliminates additional newsroom work of adding every video to the backend GUI admin.

 

 

You can setup templates to play your curated playlists, or pull in all videos from your channel. You no longer need to create a separate article or cce object to display a list of your videos.

 

The template set comes with custom object files populated with data from youtube like the video title, description, date and video id. This allows your team to edit the object files with whatever HTML or CSS they desire.

 

Check it out implemented here on our site:
http://www.knweb.tc1.dc.publicus.com/section/videos

 

Contact Tamberra for more information on pricing and implementation. You can set this up in a day!

We are also experienced integrating with NDN, Brightcove and Vimeo if your solution requires. Ask how we can help!

 

 

Stacey Jenkins

Stacey Jenkins

Stacey has 15+ years of project implementations under her belt. From very large to very small, she has managed, analyzed, built, and tested systems and then trained teams how to use them. Specifics are on her linkedin, but at the end of the day, Stacey enjoys building things that give real value to the business at hand. She loves this stuff.
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