Press Coverage and Awards

TechSmith's latest news, updates, and awards.

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TechSmith Receives Frost & Sullivan 2019 Global Market Leadership Award for Dominating the Lecture Capture Solutions Market

May 2019

Based on its recent analysis of the global lecture capture solutions (LCS) market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes TechSmith with the 2019 Global Market Leadership Award for dominating the LCS market with 17.3 percent of total share, up from 10.7 percent in 2016

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TechSmith Camtasia 2019 Instantly Smooths Out Audio and Cursor Path in Newest Release

April 2019

Camtasia 2019 offers new functionality that empowers anyone to create digital media to teach, train, and explain concepts through video.

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Share Stunning Visuals and Future-Proof Your Content With TechSmith Snagit 2019

October 2018

Today’s businesses have a communication problem: They’re not communicating in the way that their employees prefer — and that’s affecting productivity and trust. Fortunately, creating engaging and informative visual content is easy with TechSmith Snagit 2019.


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Camtasia 2018: Best-in-Class Screen Recording and Easy-to-Use Video Creation Tool

June 2018

Combining the power of best-in-class screen recording, with professional-quality, easy-to-use video editing, Camtasia 2018 also adds new library and theming features and support for high frame rate editing.

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New Research Reveals Businesses Could Unlock More than $167 Billion in Productivity

June 2018

Businesses post images, videos, and gifs on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat to grab and keep consumer attention in a way that text alone can’t. So what would happen if businesses used more visual content for internal communications?

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New Research Reveals Failing to Focus on Visual Communication Threatens Productivity and Engagement Levels

May 2018

Millennials are transforming the workplace in many ways, but one of the most important ways is how they prefer to communicate. However, new research commissioned by TechSmith reveals that many businesses are failing to adapt to younger workers' preferences for more visual forms of communications.