Here are six of the unsung heroes of cloud-based video that are making a name in the world of online media.
Magnify, a New York start-up, is betting online publishers will want to help viewers find the “best” videos, and it has built a platform to let them do that.
Sports fans will be pleased to learn that their Twitter feeds are now more useful for catching up on game highlights and replay video clips.
The amount of streaming video content viewed over tablet devices has increased dramatically over the last six months, according to the Ooyala’s Q3 Global Video Index report released today.
People that live in U.S. states that tend to sway towards blue (democratic) on the elections map watch 26% more online video than those in red states, according to Ooyala’s latest global video index report.
The funding is flowing this mid-June Monday. A big round went to wireless speaker company Sonos today, and a few cloud companies picked up some cash. Check out who else scooped up funding below.
Video platform Ooyala has raised a $35 million fifth round of funding from Telstra Applications and Ventures Group. Its platform powers videos on sites such as ESPN, Rolling Stone, and Victoria’s Secret.