December 20th, 2016
bitREC, a content recommendation platform, has introduced a contextual video search tool for VOD Video On Demand service operators. bitREC’s solution enables search within video content, improves SEO (search engine optimization) for video websites and enriches contextual content meta-data. Read the rest of this entry »
October 18th, 2015
Mediabong continues to grow in size. Mediabong, based in Paris, France, is a contextual video ad network. Recently they have raised $5 million in a new round of funding so they could expand to the United States.
According to MediaPost, “The latest round of funding was led by two European funds, Entrepreneur Venture and Conegliano Venture, both of which already have active businesses in the U.S.”.
December 27th, 2014
At the Collision Conference 2014, held in May 2014, Revelens debuted their web-based contextual video bookmarking platform. Revelens provides an entirely new approach to creating revenue streams–while also delivering an engaging, interactive and non-disruptive viewing experience for consumers.
For video publishers, the Revelens platform introduces a seamless way of embedding hundreds of engagement points per program view — without interruption or distraction for the viewer. For viewers, the Revelens experience allows them to simply tap or click the screen during a video to bookmark a scene to reveal products, personalities or additional information from that scene. Revelens gives viewers access to information or the ability to purchase products from their bookmarked scenes — during the program, or after they’ve finished viewing. Read the rest of this entry »
May 22nd, 2012
Vibrant Media, a leader in premium contextual advertising, has launched Vibrant Lightbox Video, connecting brands and audiences in a cinematic way that is user-initiated.
Vibrant Lightbox Video brings together sight, sound, and motion for a relevant video experience that captures 100% share of voice for brands. It delivers contextually targeted ads in a brand-safe environment. Read the rest of this entry »