July 30, 2014
Online Video News
Ramp Debuts Video Marketing Solution, Takes on Brightcove Gallery
Forget YouTube and the OVPs, says Ramp. Use the integrated engagement tools in this platform and then track viewer interactions.
Netflix Crosses 50M Subscriber Threshold During Q2 2014
Original video is helping the SVOD service stand apart, and international expansion is driving customer growth.
JW Player Releases Version 6.9, Adds Chromecast Support
Customers can now bring their videos and ads to the biggest screen in the house using a Chromecast-enabled television.
How DASH Helps Adobe Simplify and Reach Every Video Player
The online video landscape is getting cluttered, but DASH lets Adobe keep things simple so it can focus on the viewing experience.
How WWE Made WrestleMania XXX its Biggest Live Streamed Event
The WWE Network launched in February, making live streaming more important than ever for the sports entertainment company. Here's how it plans for large-scale live events.
Fullscreen: How Brands Should Think About Online Video Metrics
Brand thinking has evolved for YouTube and online video: Brands are thinking long-term, but they need metrics that show their efforts are working.
Survey Shows Multi-Screen Ad Investment to Skyrocket
Jivox Survey of Ad Agencies Highlights Demand, Challenges and Future Adoption of Multi-Screen Advertising
World Cup Data Reveals Emerging Multiscreen Viewer Engagement Trends
There’s no doubt, the demand is there. Consumers rose to the occasion, seeking access to World Cup matches whenever, wherever and however they could. Viewers’ insatiable desire for live sports and high-quality content led to record-breaking viewing number
Haivision Announces the Industry's Most Comprehensive Video Streaming Solution Suite for Multi-Site Church and Online Faith Organizations
New Haivision Connect DVR service brings together multi-site churches with time-shifted multi-screen broadcasts
Ohio State University Deploys Mediasite Campus-Wide, Creates 7,000 Videos in First Year