• Casey Wilms's picture
    Casey Wilms on December 1, 2014

    The humble video element has come a long way since its proposal in 2007. Before the video element, video on the Internet was delivered via plugins, the most popular of which being Flash. While Flash is still a dominant method of delivering video to browsers, it's only a matter of time before it's completely replaced by HTML5 video. Utilizing HTML5, and an HTML5-first video player, present many advantages. But before we jump into those, let's first take a quick look at how we got here and where we're going. Read More →

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    Jeremy Allaire on March 1, 2013

    This week we announced the full commercial availability of our new native video players for iOS and Android and the discontinuation of our App Cloud HTML5 hybrid app solution. We are increasing our investments in deeper and broader native frameworks and developer tools for premium video apps. Read More →

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    Jeff Whatcott on February 26, 2013

    Today we announced the general availability of a comprehensive monetization solution for HTML5 video, including support for VAST-compliant pre-, mid- and post-roll ads, a new HTML5 video player API for dynamically setting and changing ad policies, and HTML5 video plugin support for leading ad servers from FreeWheel, Google, Videoplaza and YuMe. Read More →

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    Brenna Fitzgerald on January 7, 2013

    We might be slightly late to the 2013 “predictions party;” as they say, though, better late than never! Read More →

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    Kristin Leighton on December 13, 2012

    As 2012 comes to a close, we are excited to celebrate another tremendous year of change and innovation for our Video Cloud online video platform. With the continued acceleration of fragmentation across devices, platforms and operating systems, we have doubled down on our efforts to make sure our customers can deliver high quality video experiences to audiences on every screen. Read More →

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    Brenna Fitzgerald on November 21, 2012

    We are excited to announce that Brightcove VP of technology Ashley Streb will deliver a keynote address at the upcoming DevCon5 HTML5 Developers & Design Conference. The event, which is taking place November 27-29 in San Francisco, offers an opportunity for developers and IT managers to further understand the impact of HTML5 on the mobile web and app community. Read More →

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    Jeremy Allaire on November 15, 2012

    We are continuing to witness one of the most hyped, hyperbole-infused, and intensely watched industry battles, or “Religious Wars”, over what mobile platforms will triumph. Ensconced in these wars are a myriad of battles across a very broad landscape of industry titans and emerging disruptors, from Steve Jobs lashing out at Flash, to Zuck’s recent public flogging of HTML5, to the collapse of Nokia and RIM, to the high-stakes patent wars among CE and tech companies. This is surely an epic time in our industry. Read More →

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    Jeff Whatcott on November 15, 2012

    In the last few years, mobile apps have quickly grown from a novelty to a key requirement for organizations of all kinds as a way to deliver content and build customer engagement and long-term relationships. As a result, the processes and requirements for the developers building these apps have also evolved and organizations today need to be aware of several key differences when evaluating potential tools and solutions for mobile app development. Read More →

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    Jeremy Allaire on October 10, 2012

    Below is an article that Brightcove CEO Jeremy Allaire recently penned for Mashable. You can access the original article at http://mashable.com/2012/10/09/dual-screen-apps/.  Read More →

  • Phil Costa's picture
    Phil Costa on June 24, 2012

    Today at the annual Brightcove PLAY conference, we made several exciting announcements about App Cloud. First, we released a completely free version called App Cloud Core. This new edition enables web app developers to build and deploy an unlimited number of mobile and tablet applications for free. Just download the SDK, test your app on iOS or Android using Brightcove Workshop, then upload your code and we'll compile it in the cloud. Read More →