Property Management’s First TV Channel Launches

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Property Management site apmasphere have just announced the launch of aTV, property management’s first ever video channel. “aTV is dedicated to making learning on the job easier and more enjoyable – at any stage of your career.”

aTV will provide the demonstration of key functions in the property management industry.”

The premise with aTV has been built around 100 questions the legislation and software can not teach or answer for a property manager.

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aTV plan to keep the videos very short and intend to present a lot more insights along the way.

Membership to the apmasphere site is free & aTV is the latest in their long list of FREE resources for property managers to help them with their careers.

As a member, I’ve found that apmasphere provide an invaluable resource for Property Managers & Principals, with some of the industries best Property Managers & Property Management trainers providing guidance, thoughts and ideas on how to overcome many of the daily issues Property Management departments & Principals face.

Apmasphere has in excess of 1,000 members & provides some of the most up-to-date information available for Property Managers. Their forum acts like a brains trust for ideas on the ‘How To’ of Property Management and approaches questions on economics, structure and growth.

If you haven’t joined in as yet, you may want to head over to see what you’re missing out on. It’s a great online learning platform.

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  • Nick
    Posted March 13, 2010 at 9:38 pm 0Likes

    It would look significantly better if all their videos werent letterboxed.
    I pulled up the atv page and just saw a wall of horizontal black lines.

  • Greg Vincent
    Posted March 14, 2010 at 12:52 am 0Likes

    Nick, from what I’ve seen so far, they seem to have developed some great content for the property management side of our industry.

    I suppose I’m used to visiting their site. What do you think aTV could do to improve that first impression?

  • Nick
    Posted March 14, 2010 at 10:22 am 0Likes

    What I was talking about was if you go to and hit page down twice.
    Notice how every single video is letterboxed (black bars at the top and bottom)?
    If the screenshots were cropped, it would look infinitely better.

    Actually on closer inspection it seems they are hotlinking to those images off Youtube’s servers so they’d need to change that first.

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