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Ooyala said today that it closed on $35 million in Series E funding. Singapore-based global investment firm EDBI joined Telstra and others in the round, with Telstra, Australia’s largest telecom service provider, leading. Ooyala is also establishing a new hub in Singapore to house its regional digital broadcasting operations and services.
OTTCONversations: Sean Knapp, Ooyala – Developing the Next Generation of Connected Media Experiences
I caught up with Sean Knapp, Co-founder and CTO of Ooyala, earlier this year at OTTCON 2012 to talk about some of the latest trends in multi-screen video delivery, monetization and personalized video experiences. Knapp was there to speak on the executive panel discussion, “Over-the-Top TV 2.0 – Developing the Next Generation of Innovative Connected Media Experiences.” According to Knapp, a lot of questions are being asked as the growth in online video explodes across the web and devices, in particular, how do we make online video more monetizable and more of a revenue stream? How do we solve this…Continue Reading »
Ooyala is tackling the world’s largest market for online video, the Asia-Pacifc. Ooyala provides tools that help companies stream videos online, as well as monetize them. It just closed the $35 million round it announced earlier this summer, with two of its big investors in Singapore.
Ooyala Video Index Report Shows Television Going Mobile and Global as Tablet Viewing Jumps 47 Percent in a Single Quarter
Ooyala, the fastest growing online video company, published its Q2 2012 Global Video Index report today. The free quarterly report, derived from the viewing trends of 200 million online viewers around the globe from April 1 through June 30, 2012, shows the lines between broadband and broadcast media continuing to blur as premium content shifts to a more mobile, multi-screen environment.
Ooyala Fuels Global Standardization for Live Digital Broadcasting With New Innovations in Video Personalization, Discovery and Monetization
At IBC2012 (International Broadcasting Convention) in Amsterdam, Ooyala announced the commercial release of several new technology and analytics offerings for video streaming, personalization, discovery and monetization. Optimized for large-scale media companies, broadcasters and content aggregators, these include Ooyala Discovery for increasing viewer engagement, Ooyala Now for superior, up-to-the-second analysis of viewer behavior across multiple devices and properties, a new HTML5 player for improved publishing and performance on iOS, Android and Windows 8 devices and live in-stream ad insertion for maximizing revenue with live video.
The Pac-12 via its Pac-12 Networks continues to move to enhance its presence in the digital world and with partner Ooyala has now delivered an iPad app that will enable fans to watch both live and video on demand games (VOD).
Instead of hooking up with loads of girls, today’s guys should aim for street cred by over-indulging on something else, says a team of writers at GQ. That thing would be TV.