Ooyala Named to 'Top 100 Companies in the Digital Content Industry' List

By Jim O'Neill on Dec 02 2013 at 8:00 AM

Trying to figure out who the top 100 companies in the digital content industry are? Don’t work too long on it, EContent already has done the legwork for you in its "2013-2014 EContent Top 100 Companies in the Digital Content Industry" ranking, which takes a broad look at online video.

And -- you shouldn’t be surprised -- Ooyala is on the list, along with the likes of Amazon, Apple, Google, Hulu, Netflix and Facebook.

Compiling the list, said EContent Editor Theresa Cramer, is getting tougher because “the digital content industry is sprawling -- growing bigger and bigger every day.”

“In 2013, our task was to narrow down the expanding list of important players in the digital content industry to a mere 100 companies that matter most, a task that is becoming harder every year,” wrote Cramer. “This year, the judges and I found ourselves grappling with this reality.”

The space, obviously, is expanding, getting more complex and competitive.

Of course, the cream always rises to the top (100).

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