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    Brenna Fitzgerald on March 6, 2014

    Last month, Brightcove vice president of digital marketing solutions Steve Rotter participated in #ContentTech--a virtual event coordinated by the Content Marketing Institute (CMI). The #ContentTech agenda offered a range of advice for content marketers regarding technology implementations as well as general, content-driven best practices. And now, for a limited time, CMI is offering all of the #ContentTech sessions for a free download. Here's a snapshot of the topics covered in the sessions: Read More →

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    Justin Khaksar on March 5, 2014

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    Alexis Smith on February 26, 2014

    As more premium video content becomes available online and consumers increase their video consumption across all screens, publishers and advertisers are widely recognizing the importance of delivering a high-quality, television-like experience for their customers. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on February 26, 2014

    Two highly anticipated over-the-top (OTT) services launched this week. While the Disney Movies Everywhere service may target an entirely different audience than the WWE Network service, both offerings aim to deliver a premium digital entertainment product to a highly targeted audience. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on February 24, 2014

    On literally a weekly basis, there's another rumor in the over-the-top (OTT) space. Apple has made industry watchers (and consumers) wait in anxious anticipation for its next iteration of the Apple TV. And, there's been consistent buzz--heating up last week--that Amazon is set to unveil an Apple TV and Roku competitor --killer?--in the form of a Web TV box. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on February 18, 2014

    Last week, Comcast announced that it has agreed to acquire Time Warner Cable (TWC) for $45.2 billion. This is a deal between the country's two largest cable companies; here's our take on how this merger will shake out: Read More →

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    Luke Gaydon on February 13, 2014

    The media 'big bang' caused by the colliding worlds of TV and the Internet is still in full-swing. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on February 3, 2014

    Late last week, Amazon announced its quarterly earnings--which disappointed Wall Street by failing to meet expectations. During the earnings conference call, executives mentioned a potential price hike (from $20 to $40) for its Amazon Prime service. Prime is a membership that allows for expedited shipping and access to a large catalog of streaming video--including original series such as Alpha House and other titles from Amazon Studios. Read More →

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    Albert Lai on February 3, 2014

    Another week, another slew of Apple TV rumors…only anticipation of Richard Sherman's post-Super Bowl interview created as much excitement last week. Read More →

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    Luke Gaydon on January 3, 2014

    Grimsby, a British town in Lincolnshire, made broadcasting history this November with the launch of 'Estuary TV' – the first of the U.K.'s new network of such channels being launched under the 'Local TV' brand. Kicking-off with a news bulletin about regional sports teams, the new channel offers a blend of ultra-local news, sports, entertainment, and politics – including a regular slot for quizzing regional Members of Parliament on pressing, local matters. Read More →