With Auditude Acquisition, Adobe Plans to Join Advertising, Content and Analytics around Online Video
Video advertising and content are essentially "separate," says Ashley Still, Director of Video Solutions for Adobe Systems in this interview with Beet.TV.
CBS News has introduced a Chrome App for its "60 Minutes" program, the network announced today.
NEW YORK/SAN JOSE (via Telepresence) Cisco’s high-end video conferencing platform for big companies and institutions, with endpoints costing $300K or more, now has a low-priced solution for small businesses.
Taboola, the video recommendation platform which generates related thumbnail images on the pages of major news sites, including Bloomberg, CNN, Gannett and The New York Times, now has agreements with Reuters and the Washington Post.
Hoping to capitalize on the apps boom, Canadian-based startup Carbyn is banking on HTML5 as the platform that will boost its technology and services, the company told Beet.TV at the recent TechCrunch Disrupt event in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO — Austin-based Latakoo has a product which allows video producers to compress big files to under 5 percent of their size and then send via the Web.
AMSTERDAM/SAN FRANCISCO – HTML 5 is essentially a "video tag," says Ashley Still, Director of Video Operations at Adobe Systems, in this interview with Beet.TV
AMSTERMDAM/SAN FRANCISCO – Adobe says it has agreements in place with the top ten U.S. cable/telco operators for its Pass product.
AMSTERDAM/SAN FRANCISCO – At the big IBC show in Amsterdam, Adobe announced the introduction of Flash Media Server 4.5, a platform for publishers to deliver Flash content to Apple iOS devices, including the iPad and iPhone.
AMSTERDAM/SAN FRANCISCO — Adobe has expanded its lineup of programmers using its Adobe Pass TV authentication tools to verify whether consumers can watch online content from pay TV operators to include Fox, Scripps, Hulu, AMC Networks and others, Adobe said at the international trade show IBC.
Brightcove, the Boston-based online video platform, which last week announced a big initiative around App creation and management, is putting a big emphasis on social tools, says Bob Mason, co-founder and CTO in this interview with Beet.TV.
French Maid TV, one of the Web's first and most successful entertainment series, is coming back after a two-year haitus and will be featured on YouTube, part of the YouTube partnership program.
For the past 10 months, Gawker Media has used Viddler to manage its online video distribution. The Viddler player powers Gizmodo, Gawker TV and other properties.
Some 15-20 percent of Roku owners are cancelling their cable or satellite services agreement and are relying solely on a broadband connection to get their television programming, said company VP Jim Funk in this exclusive interview with Beet.TV.
TV Everywhere, the industry initiative around making cable fare available online and on mobile, presents a big opportunity to advertisers and publishers, says Will Richmond, digital video industry consultant/publisher.
FreeWheel, the fast-growing video management firm, is providing live video ad management for a number of broadcasters including ESPN and Turner and it has just signed up the UK’s leading satellite company BskyB.
KIT Digital, the Prague-based global provider of digital video services, sees opportunities beyond the online video platform sector and more broadly in digital services for broadcasters who want to reach audiences through multi-platform solutions, says Gannon Hall, EVP of KIT.
Kaltura Sees Upside in Video for Education, Open Source Provider Working with Harvard, MIT, Stanford and Yale
LAS VEGAS — Kaltura is seeing growth across many sectors around its open source video solution — a system which allows customers to use the Kaltura "toolkit" to create a customized solution, says CEO Ron Yekutiel.
It might be hard to make a viral video hit, but building a steady audience on YouTube is doable, especially if brands and creators follow some basic guidelines.
LAS Vegas — Akamai has become the first content delivery network to be certified to distribute content via HTTP Dynamic Streaming from Adobe, both companies announced earlier this month.