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Vimeo Expands to Offer Pro Services for Businesses

Vimeo Expands to Offer Pro Services for Businesses

Vimeo, a higher-quality video hosting site primarily for semi-professional producers (owned by NY-based IAC), is expanding to allow commercial uses by small and medium-sized businesses.  The service is offering a new Vimeo Pro product, priced at $199 per year, taking on other, more expensive, online [Full Story…]

Popcornflix Streaming Movie Service Launches in Beta

Popcornflix Streaming Movie Service Launches in Beta

Popcornflix is a new offering from NY-based Screen Media Ventures that offers free, ad-supported movie streaming services from its library of around 1,500 titles. Recently launching in beta, the site only hosts 204 movies, but will be adding three or four a day until it get to around 1,000 [Full Story…]

Brightcove Partners With 5min Media For Video Deal

Brightcove Partners With 5min Media For Video Deal

NY-based video syndication firm 5min Media has announced a recent partnership with Brightcove in order to make its video content available on sites that use Brightcove technology. 5min Media, a subsidiary of AOL, boasts a library of more than 250,000 how-to videos and the new partnership could help [Full Story…]

Tremor Media Announces HTML5 Support

Tremor Media Announces HTML5 Support

New York based video and ad network Tremor Media  announced today that its interactive video ad products will support HTML5. The compatible formats will initially launch for the iPad before the service is expanded to include the iPhone and Android based phones later this year. Tremor has been [Full Story…]

Is Joost Virtually Dead?

Is Joost Virtually Dead?

The Next Web is reporting that the acquisition of "certain assets" from the privately-held, New York City-based online video service Joost by Adconium Media Group is a "sure sign" that Joost has "shut up shop."Through the Joost acquisition, Adconion.TV will add to its [Full Story…]

Brightcove CEO Discusses Online-Video Industry

Brightcove CEO Discusses Online-Video Industry

NYConvergence ORIGINAL Brightcove CEO Jeremy Allaire was the sole participant in Wednesday night's NY Video meetup at Tishman Auditorium in New York University's Vanderbilt Hall.  In a conversation with organizer Yaron Samid on stage, he discussed: the company's interest in [Full Story…]

Boxee Partners with Brightcove

Boxee Partners with Brightcove

New York-based online video company Boxee has partnered with digital distribution company Brightcove. The agreement will allow Brightcove customers, which include media companies like Showtime, Fox and Sony, to create their own channels on Boxee with controlled advertising and the ability to monitor [Full Story…]

Livestream Releases APIs, Plug-Ins

Livestream Releases APIs, Plug-Ins

Streaming video firm Livestream's APIs and plug-ins for companies like Brightcove collectively enable users to customize the firm's video player and integrate it into platforms from other companies.Thanks to the new APIs, Brightcove customers will be able to feed their pre-recorded live [Full Story…]

Q&A: Steve Rosenbaum, Magnify

Q&A: Steve Rosenbaum, Magnify

NYConvergence ORIGINALVideo publishing platform company Magnify recently raised  funding that was reported at $750,000 -- an unconfirmed amount that CEO Steve Rosenbaum tells us is one of a "series of tranches" the software company plans to go after. We saw Rosenbaum at the [Full Story…]

Video 2.0 Meetup Members Gather at Webster Hall

Video 2.0 Meetup Members Gather at Webster Hall

NYConvergence ORIGINALHighlights from last night's meetup (in addition to the pizza offered before the presentations) included a Web site to turn your photos into a video with a soundtrack, a new video platform, and a new method for building and sharing widgets.  In addition to showcasing [Full Story…]

‘The NY Times’ Ditches TheFeedRoom

'The NY Times' Ditches TheFeedRoom

The newspaper has launched a new 16:9 wide-screen HD video player from Boston-based Brightcove and added social bookmarking features to its videos.  The new player and its social-bookmarking features replace the newspaper's use of NYC-based TheFeedRoom's platform.  In the coming [Full Story…]