This week Adam and Greg talk to Matt Pasienski, Ooyala's Data Scientist, about Storm, Big Data, baking cookies and real time online video analytics.
Adam also has a prima donna moment caught on tape.
Storm is Twitter's open source real time analytics that Ooyala is applying to online video in our new product release, Ooyala Now.
People used to end the day by curling up with a favorite book. It seems that times have changed, as now folks are curling up with their iPads and watching online video in the evenings.
The following post is part three of Ooyala's exclusive Internet television SWOT analysis for broadcasters, networks, and content providers. Part two is here.
Great Expectations: 4 ways media companies can profit from Internet TV
As online video matures beyond viral hits such as Keyboard Cat, people are watching more broadcast-quality content on the Internet. Recently released comScore numbers confirm that long-form video content is on the rise.
Big Data is in the news a lot lately, and it seems that some people are unclear as to what it is and why Big Data is important.
We’ve been hard at work on the next Ooyala Video Index report here at VideoMind. Our resident data scientist, Dr. Matt, has been digging up some interesting online video stats from the last quarter—and we wanted to provide a peek at some of the trends we’ve encountered so far.
For publishers, video on the Web has become key to their revenue strategies. But these companies are taking a page from TV's more traditional playbook, relying on metrics that worked for networks but don't necessarily tell the story of online video.