How WeSpire records content to build a better society

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

Adam Shaw

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

Adam Shaw

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”
Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”
Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

Adam Shaw

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

“It’s incredibly easy. You give somebody the link, you enter the studio, you hit record. Once we’re done chatting, the videos upload, they log off, and I take the files. It’s pretty simple.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Enterprise Demo

WeSpire is a great example of using Riverside to record both internal and external interviews for a specific cause. And there’s a reason teams like WeSpire choose Riverside.

Maybe you need help with recording high quality audio and video content. Or maybe you need to empower your producers to have more control and take your show to the next level. Whatever your audio and video recording needs, Riverside’s mission is to make it easy and high quality.

In addition to giving users professional capabilities and offering different roles so everyone involved can be a part of the production, Riverside is user-friendly and intuitive, making it an excellent platform for qualified producers, hosts, and technically challenged hobbyists alike.

The way we work together is changing. And the impact we want to have within our organizations is evolving rapidly. WeSpire is a SaaS platform that helps companies grow their Social Responsibility, ESG, Diversity, Sustainability, and Wellbeing programs through increased employee engagement.

WeSpire works with a wide range of teams, from smaller businesses that are looking to increase retention, to large corporations seeking a way to make a large impact.

It stands to reason that WeSpire creates video content to start conversations with leaders and business owners around creating a more equitable society. The company also records internal interviews with leadership, as well as peer-to-peer interviews.

But prior to using Riverside, creating this content used to be a bit more difficult.

# How WeSpire interviews leaders to contribute to making society more equitable

Some companies create content purely for the conversion. WeSpire aims to create content with some different goals in mind. According to Adam Shaw (Head of Demand Gen @ WeSpire), the content they create is intended to generate genuine conversation. In fact, he stated that it’s “very rare that any video [WeSpire] puts out is to tell somebody to come here and try a demo or to purchase the product.”

The purpose of this content is to help companies contribute more to society, increase sustainability, and grow their ESG and CSR programs.

One way the company is starting these conversations is through the recording efforts of WeSpire’s CEO, Susan Hunt Stevens.

But prior to using Riverside, the process of getting guests on to record, creating the content, and accessing the files was much more difficult.

At first, WeSpire had to rely on simple phone calls and having guests record on their end. This led to conversations that felt disjointed, scripted, and unnatural.

The process evolved into using generic conferencing software, which solved a few issues. However, the quality of the recordings still didn’t meet WeSpire’s standards. Between the audio and video tracks, it became clear that those files were not ideal for sharing externally.

Eventually, the WeSpire team started using Riverside and it changed the game for their recordings.  Recording interviews with the CEO and other members of the WeSpire leadership team has increased the amount of repurposed content the company can produce. This worked so well that Shaw even said he’s “still making clips out of that one hour video.”

“When we were looking for a new recording software, we ended up picking Riverside. It allows us to have the 1:1 conversations we need and record them at scale in much higher quality.”

Adam Shaw

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

Head of Demand Gen | WeSpire

How WeSpire creates internal interview content to generate awareness

Prior to Riverside, the process for getting employees and interviewees into a recording session was difficult to say the least. There was no shortage of technical difficulties, broken links, and low quality files.

Once the decision was made to bring Riverside into the fold, onboarding was simple and quick. Nearly half the company (15-20 people) uses the product on a monthly basis.

When asked about how long it took to get the product live and enable all team members, Shaw stated that it happened “almost immediately”.

The conversations that get recorded internally are typically short form, one-to-one sessions. This content can be shared as quick updates, trainings, or even shareable content to WeSpire’s social channels. There have even been several major campaigns that Shaw and his team have created using video recordings on Riverside.

In the near future, WeSpire plans to use Riverside for a completely new content strategy: live streams. In addition to the 1:1 sessions being recorded internally, webinars and live streams will help them expand to more 1:many conversations.

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