A software product originally intended for use by big-name media outlets has recently begun cropping up in college lecture halls across the country, enabling professors to easily record live classroom lectures and presentations and post them to the internet for students to review.

Called Apreso, the multimedia software package--first adopted by big-name media providers such as CNN and Fox News to convert digital footage of news broadcasts for redistribution on the web, mobile phones, and cable television--reportedly has caught the attention of tech-savvy college professors and other educators looking to capture lessons for students to access in their dorm rooms,...

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