SXSW -- the week-and-a-half conference extravaganza that encompasses interactivity, film and music -- is upon us.
Brightcove made news this week when it priced its initial public offering. On behalf of Ooyala, I want to congratulate Brightcove on this milestone. Growing a company isn’t easy, especially in the tech sector. Taking a technology company public is even harder. The Brightcove team should be proud of what they’ve accomplished this week.
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.
With New York Fashion Week kicking off today, all eyes are on the runway. But it doesn’t matter if you’ve got a front-row seat in a stuffy tent or are comfortably lounging at home. With a little help from online video, the fashion houses are ready to come into your house.
Fred Wilson, one of my favorite bloggers, recently posted a strongly worded article on his blog entitled “Scarcity is a Shitty Business Model.” In it, he argues that the current thinking of content creators, movie studios, networks and cable operators is deeply flawed, as it ma
If the Consumer Electronics Show was any indication, 2012 will be the year of connected TVs. With the convention wrapping up, we wanted to round up the standout TV stars.
Since Ooyala's creation five years ago, we’ve built a hard-earned reputation as the industry’s leader in online video analytics and Big Data. We regularly handle more than 1 billion daily analytics pings, which reflect the anonymized viewing behavior of over 100 million monthly global unique users. We have customers in over 30 countries whose video is watched on over 5,000 unique domains in over 100 countries. We’re talking mucho data, in other words.