Aiming to serve everyone from garage auteurs to major media companies, Brightcove offers free publishing tools and runs video wherever publishers want it.Cos. have broad aims for TV on the Web - Yahoo! News
That could be on the central Brightcove site, which is accessible through the video search functions at Google, Yahoo and AOL. Or content publishers can use Brightcove to run video on their own separate, branded sites. Or they can syndicate it to third-party Web sites, such as blogs or MySpace pages, where the content might run alongside user-generated material.
All those videos can be sold as paid downloads or streamed for free, with ads. Brightcove will sell ads and pool them among its customers, or it will plug in commercials that content creators sell themselves.
"They can launch a business in our system in a week," said Brightcove's founder and CEO, Jeremy Allaire
Monday, October 30, 2006
Cos. have broad aims for TV on the Web
This company looks pretty promising for independent producers; offering a one-stop solution for publishing, distributing and monetizing video content.