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    Michelle Berman on October 30, 2014

    Twice a year we set aside time to give our engineers the opportunity to generate new ideas. As it’s called by companies across the globe, “hack week” is a chance for engineers to let their imaginations run wild to develop, well, pretty much anything. The Brightcove Hack Week Mission states that the week is about open ended exploration: find a project you’re passionate about, collaborate, and explore! Read More →

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    Anne-Lynn Nilius on October 28, 2014

      Hundreds of the travel industry’s finest flocked to the Sheraton on the Park Hotel in Sydney last Friday to hear the latest trends at the TravelTech 2014 conference. We heard from some of the industry’s biggest players, including Flight Centre and Expedia, on the pain points they were seeing in the industry and what they were doing to ensure that they remained competitive in the sector. Here are some of the key trends we saw at TravelTech 2014: Mobile is big Read More →

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    John Riske on October 27, 2014

    This summer, sports fans around the world hit pause on their daily lives to tune into the 2014 World Cup Brazil™. While the trip to Brazil was not possible for many, the opportunity to view at home (or the office!) and consume complementary content on the second screen was a popular choice. Read More →

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    Michelle Berman on October 23, 2014

    If you’ve ventured to a mall within the last week there’s a high probability you were greeted by colorful lights and the smell of spruce. Yes, the holiday season is already here. While some try to hold off until the Thanksgiving turkey has cleared the table, more and more shoppers want to get a head start. But, instead of rushing to the stores, consumers are increasingly turning to the Internet. Read More →

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    Paul Casinelli on October 16, 2014

    So, you’ve been thinking about ways to get better results with content marketing? (Well, you should be!) Lately, we’ve been talking about some awesome research showing how video brings serious firepower when it comes to content marketing and moving business. Read More →

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    Radha K Raman on October 15, 2014

    Technology is bringing sports fans closer to all the action. Online video in particular is significantly leveling the playing field of sports video content. The viewing experience today is all about being social, mobile, and available on multiple screens. Viewers are taking a self-service approach over what, when, where and how they watch sports programming. Read More →

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    Michelle Berman on October 15, 2014

    How, when, and where viewers are tuning in to view their favorite programs has changed significantly over the years. Gone are the days when viewing any type of program required a pay-TV service that was viewed on a television. From Internet-connected TV devices such as Apple TV and Google Chromecast, to the proliferation of devices including mobile phones and tablets, the cord binding viewers to a cable provider and TV set has disappeared. Read More →