V-me, the Spanish language U.S. television network, has selected Kyte as its new online video solution, both companies announced today.
YuMe, the Redwood City-based online video advertising technology company announced today that it will integrate its ad platform with Microsoft Silverlight.
SAN FRANCISCO — Comcast's TV Everywhere, an online service for its cable subscribers, is providing DVR-type functionality that is driving consumption of video on its Fancast by a factor 2X, according to Karin GIlford, Senior VP.
London –The BBC has been surfacing an increasing amount of Web-specific videos and television packages to its giant portal.
Kit Digital, the Prague-based video services company, has over 1100 customers around the world. It recently reported $47 million in annual revenue and is growing organically and through acquisitions including the Feedroom and last month’s $18 million purchase of Multicast.
Boxee, the developer of software that allows users to connect PC's to television to watch Web video, has just announced a new application for MLB.TV. Separately, Kyte announced that its videos are integrated into the Boxee system.
SAN JOSE, Calif — The Flip, the pocket-sized HD video camera that is popular with high-profile video bloggers and a growing number of consumers, is finding its way into the corporates suites of Proctor & Gamble, Cisco, and other big companies as a new, easy-to-use communications tool.
Brightcove, the Cambridge-based online video platform company has raised a "final" round of venture funding of $12 million from a group of venture capital firms and media companies and expects to go public next year, the Wall Street Journal's Jessica Vascellaro reported this afternoon (sub.).
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The amount of data associated with video consumption per user in the United States has reached 12 gibabytes per month — globally it is about 4 GB.
SAN FRANCISCO — Kyte, the San Francisco-based online video platform that has been a front-runner of video distribution for customers, including MTV to mobile devices, will soon release a software developer kit (SDK) for the iPhone and the iPad.
The New York Times, long an innovator in creating unique news video for the Web, is now allowing anyone to copy videos from the site and embed them onto blogs, social media, and Web sites.
An alliance between Adobe and Google has taken significant step with today's announcement of Flash being integrated directly into the Chrome browser.
3-D Teleconferencing, long the communications tool of choice for characters in sci-fi movies, will be part of mainstream teleconferencing in the future, according to Charles Stucki, VP and GM of Cisco’s TelePresence division.
Kaltura, the open source online video services company, has launched a site to provide resources around HTML5. The site is supported by Mozilla, the Open Video Alliance, and the Wikimedia Foundation, Kaltura announced this morning.
After years of anticipation, it seems that the open source community is ready to publish video on Wikipedia. Users will encode videos with a free codec called Ogg Theora and publish them on an HTML5, open format.
AUSTIN — YouTube Rental, the video sharing site's nascent pay-per-view service that launched in January with a handful of independent films, is becoming a paid platform for creators of education, travel, and entertainment programming, according to YouTube's Sara Pollack.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA — With the advent of sophisticated authentication software, content creators will have the ability to monetize their video through a range of payment schemes from micropayments…
Brightcove, the big video services company, has been expanding aggressively in Japan with a number of corporate and media clients. Today, the company announced it will provide video services to the Nikkei, Japan's largest business newspaper.
As part of our sponsorship arrangement with Brightcove, we have interviewed several of the company's customers about how they use the online video platform.
BARCELONA — Brightcove, the big online video services company, will announce today at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona a solution to bring true Flash video to a number of smart phones.