IIA Launches New Video-sharing Site

Jack Humphrey, Regulatory journalist
November 18, 2011 /

The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) has launched a new video-sharing site, AuditChannel.tv, that addresses the specific needs of internal auditors and the business community.

With “video channels” focused on areas such as fraud, governance, risk, technology, operations, compliance, and more, AuditChannel.tv enables internal audit professionals worldwide to search for and post videos that address the topics of greatest interest to the profession.

The site also allows registered users to rate and comment on the video content. With most shared videos under five minutes in length, AuditChannel.tv enables users to drill down to the essence of a topic in a timely fashion and in their own language. Currently, the site has videos in English, Spanish, and French.

The IIA said it envisions AuditChannel.tv to be community-driven, with users providing the majority of the content and guiding its evolution.

As host of the platform, the IIA will provide content generated from our key activities and share the latest information and breaking news available on the profession.

IIA members are invited to register as a user at www.AuditChannel.tv or www.AuditChannel.tv/mobile (for mobile devices). Once registered, users can view, rate, and comment on the site’s current content — and add their own.

To contribute content, users are advised to grab their mobile phone, or sit in front of their webcam, film a short segment (two to five minutes in length), and post to AuditChannel.tv using the instructions provided on the site.

 

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