People crying, talking animals, feats of daring, poop jokes. It’s all here, folks.
Teads provides a customizable ad tech platform for buyers and sellers. Its tools not only make it easier to create video ads, but also to serve them to a large audience.
YuMe initially intended to raise $65 million, but significantly lowered its share prices to begin trading.
Guest Post Until Facebook is able to figure out a way to make its video advertising entertaining enough to keep its users from browsing different websites, its video strategy is misguided at best.
YuMe provides digital video advertising technology that matches online videos with relevant audiences
Guest Post Video advertising will double approximately every two years until all online ads will be video ads. That’s right — all online ads will be video.
Taboola’s marketplace connects brands with publishers to put their video content in front of relevant users.
Video advertising platform Virool raises $6.6 million in seed funding, which is the largest seed round in Y Combinator’s history.
With its third round of funding, TubeMogul will expand its team and real-time video advertising platform.
Viral videos are not just about cute cats anymore.
At VentureBeat, we come across a lot of funding news every day. In order to bring you the most information possible, we’re rounding up the quick-and-dirty details about the funding deals of the day and serving them up here in our new “Funding daily” column.
Social-media video advertising company Jun Group has secured $2.5 million in funding from Western Technology Investment (WTI).
YuMe, a video advertising network, has raised $11.9 million in funding, according to a Form D filed with the SEC.
Adobe has acquired video advertising platform Auditude, the companies announced today. [Update: While financial terms of the deal were not publicly disclosed, Adobe is said to have paid close to $120 million (mostly in cash) for the startup, according to sources familiar with the matter.]
Video advertising platform Innovid has raised a new $9.5 million round of funding, the company announced Wednesday.
Israeli online video advertising startup Eyeview has raised $1 million in its second round of funding, with notable involvement from former Google CEO and current Chairman Eric Schmidt.
140Fire, which slaps interactive advertisements like polls on streaming video, announced that it is launching today at the Launch Conference in San Francisco.
Spending on online advertising will grow by double-digit percentages over the next four years, ending at close to double its current value by 2014, according to a new forecast by marketing research firm eMarketer.
YouTube has officially launched TrueView, a new ad format that will let viewers skip ads choose one from a selection.
Sharethrough, a video ad startup that has assembled an impressive team of investors and advisors, just announced that it has raised $5 million in its first round of funding.
A new report sponsored by the Internet Advertising Bureau paints a hopeful picture of the online ad landscape during the first six months of 2010. Ads earned a record $12.1 billion during that period, a new record and an 11.3 percent increase above revenues in the first six months of 2009.
Nice timing. Just a few hours after The New York Times reported that YouTube’s ad revenues have grown to the point that the Google-owned video site will be profitable this year, I spotted a video that demonstrates some of YouTube’s potential as an advertising platform.
San Francisco video ad network VideoEgg is releasing five more ways for brands to take advantage of online video ads. These widgets will be added to the VideoEgg’s AdFrames platform, which launched in February.