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BBC Builds Out Its iPlayer Empire With New iOS And Web Apps For Radio Service
thePlatform Goes Mid-Market, Introduces mpx Essentials To Compete With Brightcove And Ooyala

Aframe raises $7M to put video production in the cloud

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London-based cloud video production platform provider Aframe has raised a Series A round of financing to expand its business internationally. The funding, which was led by Octopus Investments and Eden Ventures, with participation from existing investor Northstar Ventures, will be used to open new offices in Boston, New York City...
Aframe raises $7M to put video production in the cloud

YuMe Reaches Profitability, Adds $25M Funding Round

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Video ad network YuMe Networks announced today that it has reached profitability and added a big new financing round worth $25 million. The new funding was led by Menlo Ventures, with existing investors Accel Partners, Khosla Ventures, BV Capital and DAG Ventures also participating. Along with the new cash, YuMe...
YuMe Reaches Profitability, Adds $25M Funding Round
DreamWorks Animation-Incubated Ptch Helps Users Make Beautiful, Shareable Videos

Amazon amasses Prime video assets: The three motives

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Amazon bolsters its Prime video library. The company has three aims: Beat Netflix, get you to subscribe for Prime and provide a good ecosystem for the Kindle Fire....
Amazon amasses Prime video assets: The three motives

Brightcove Targets iPad With HTML5 Support

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Online video management firm Brightcove is going after media companies that want to make their videos available on the Apple iPad by adding a whole new feature set to deliver iPad-compatible HTML5 video. The company also has unveiled a road map to eventually bring along features like advertising and advanced...
Brightcove Targets iPad With HTML5 Support

The 10 Best Facebook Campaigns That Won't Be Seen In America

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By now, we're used to seeing advertising on Facebook. A lot of it, frankly, is really boring. Sure, I liked your brand page—now leave me alone. But outside the U.S. advertisers are doing really interesting things on the social network. In India, they have Facebook pages for their various many-armed...
The 10 Best Facebook Campaigns That Won't Be Seen In America

Video Sharing Startup Vilynx Launches An App For Google TV To Bring Home Movies Into The Living Room

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Video sharing startup Vilynx launched to enable its users to quickly and easily manage videos that they have shot and stored across multiple devices. Linking in to a wide range of cloud storage devices, and with a ready stable of mobile apps, the company hopes to make users’ personal video...
Video Sharing Startup Vilynx Launches An App For Google TV To Bring Home Movies Into The Living Room

Aziz Ansari’s new $5 comedy special is powered by Vhx.tv

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$5 for a DRM-free download: The premise of Aziz Ansari’s new online-exclusive stand-up special Dangerously Delicious may sound familiar. But for the folks behind VHX.tv, it’s not just about copying Louis CK’s success story – it’s about making 2012 the year for crowdfunded online video to succeed. “This could be...
Aziz Ansari’s new $5 comedy special is powered by Vhx.tv

Google Buys Minority Stake In Vevo, And Refutes Donkey-Killing Allegations

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The deal between YouTube's parent company and the online music service hasn't yet been finalized. But who cares? Let's talk ass! Google is yet again investing in video. The boys at Mountain View are said to be close to acquiring a minority stake in music video site Vevo. The...
Google Buys Minority Stake In Vevo, And Refutes Donkey-Killing Allegations

Here comes The Fold, a daily news program made for cord cutters

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“The target consumer is a cord cutter.” The Washington Post’s SVP and Chief Digital Officer Vijay Ravindran doesn’t beat around the bush when he is talking about The Fold, a new daily news program launched by his company this week. The Fold is made for people who use Netflix and...
Here comes The Fold, a daily news program made for cord cutters

Udacity looks to expand internationally with crowdsourced captions

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E-learning startup Udacity has partnered with Amara, formerly known as Universal Subtitles, to use crowdsourcing for closed captioning of its video assets. Volunteers can use Amara’s web-based captioning editor to add subtitles to more than 5000 Udacity videos, and Amara co-founder Nicholas Reville told me via email that he expects...
Udacity looks to expand internationally with crowdsourced captions
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