Continuum Airs 50th Episode of MSPtv

Posted June 1, 2016by Ben Barker

Continuum airs its 50th episode of MSPtv

Last week, Continuum aired the 50th episode of its web-based video series designed to help MSPs build, expand, market and manage their businesses. The show is hosted by Continuum's Director of Digital Media, Scott Glidden and is filmed in Continuum's new state-of-the-art video studio at its corporate headquarters at 99 High Street in Boston.

MSPtv covers a wide range of topics including marketing, sales and business growth, technology topics, security and compliance, mobile device management (MDM), cloud computing, backup and disaster recovery (BDR) and more. 

Scott has seen the growth of MSPtv from the beginning and knows how valuable the content is to Continuum's MSP partners.

“We are excited to celebrate delivering great video content to our MSP partners over the years. We strive to bring useful content to our audience, are grateful to be achieving this goal and look forward to producing many more episodes with even richer content in our new state-of-the art studio.”

The 50th episode features a 12-minute segment from Continuum’s Jeanne Hopkins, Senior Vice President & CMO, on “7 Tips to Get Started with Inbound Marketing.” View the episode here:

To date, the top five MSPtv episodes are:


  1.  “A Conversation with Ben Russert, CEO at ProSource,” with Mark Connolly, VP of Sales at Continuum

  2. “A Conversation with Paul Chisholm, Former CEO, mindSHIFT Technologies”

  3. “How Office Equipment Resellers Can Break into Managed Services,” with Mark Connolly, VP Sales at Continuum, along with Chris Ryne and Mitch Morgan of Growth Achievement Partners (GAP)

  4. “How MSPs Achieve Success through HTG Peer Groups,” with Arlin and Pete Sorensen of HTG

  5. “How to Lock Down Security with Your Cloud Provider & Backup Solution,” with Continuum’s Hunter Smith, CIO


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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

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