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Brightcove
290 Congress St
4th Floor

Boston MA 02210
United States

Phone: 1-888-882-1880
Web site: www.brightcove.com
 
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Brightcove Inc. (NASDAQ:BCOV) is the leading global provider of powerful cloud solutions for delivering and monetizing video across connected devices. The company offers a full suite of products and services that reduce the cost and complexity associated with publishing, distributing, measuring and monetizing video across devices. Brightcove has thousands of customers in over 70 countries that rely on the company’s cloud solutions to successfully publish high-quality video experiences to audiences everywhere. To learn more, visit www.brightcove.com.

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Live StreamingOTT TVMedia/Entertainment Video
Articles Mentioned
NAB 2019: Brightcove Talks Cost Savings and QoE Improvements From Context-Aware Encoding
Per-title encoding is on the way out as Brightcove and others demonstrate the value of a more holistic approach. Streaming Media's Jan Ozer interviews Brightcove's Yuriy Reznic at NAB 2019.
Closed Captioning (Finally) Comes to StreamingMedia.com
It's about time we practiced what we preach. Captions make videos more accessible in a variety of ways. Here's the workflow we use to caption all the videos on our sites.
NAB 19 Encoding and QoE Highlights: Here's What Mattered
See you later, per-title encoding. There's a new system in town and it's called context-aware encoding. Learn which companies unveiled CAE solutions at NAB, as well as other streaming breakthroughs.
Buyers' Guide to Context-Aware Encoding 2019
2018 was the year that context-aware encoding (CAE) went mainstream, but 2019 will be the year that context-aware encoding reaches critical mass.
The State of Server-Side Ad Insertion 2019
SSAI is taking off, but problems of standardization and scale remain. Here's what Fox Networks, FuboTV, The Weather Channel, and others think of the emerging technology.