Kaltura: MediaSpace Overview


Task: This article provides an overview of MediaSpace. MediaSpace is the internal USNH media repository where users can store and share video.


What is MediaSpace?

In short, MediaSpace is our own "campus YouTube". It's a tool owned through our Kaltura media hosting license which allows you to make video and other media available to anyone you choose, free from unwanted advertisements. There are several options in terms of how it can be used, from private channels that can only be accessed by specifically identified users to channels that are publicly accessible by anyone. MediaSpace can also be utilized as a central repository to host videos that are embedded in other websites or used on social media sites. Under our Kaltura license, we have unlimited capacity, so you can use it for any appropriate use, without any bandwidth or storage limitations.

What can MediaSpace be used for?

Ways to use MediaSpace could include:

  • Publishing lectures and teaching materials
  • Accessing Zoom Recordings that were saved to the Cloud or manually uploaded
  • Storing audio or video interviews
  • Sharing media you have created with other colleagues
  • Storing promotional videos for embedding in your website
  • Student uploads and campus life
  • Outreach to external communities, athletic fans, prospective students, and alumni
  • Training videos

Use of MediaSpace must comply with all applicable university policies and laws. If any items posted to MediaSpace are found to be in violation of copyright or other laws, of if the items are contrary to policies, they will be removed by the administrators of the service.

MediaSpace locations for each institution:


An understanding of MediaSpace will be achieved.

Further reading:

Need additional help?

Please fill out this streaming media webform with as much detail as possible, or contact the Technology Help Desk on your local campus.


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Applicable Institution(s):
Keene State College (KSC)
Plymouth State University (PSU)
University of New Hampshire (UNH)