Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive (WPNI), the online publishing subsidiary of The Washington Post Company (NYSE:WPO) and Brightcove, the Internet TV pioneer, today announced a corporate-wide partnership that enables WPNI to launch ad-supported Internet video channels across its website properties. [Read more…] about WashingtonPost Newsweek Interactive Partners With Brightcove for Internet Video Initiative
Medialink Worldwide Incorporated (NASDAQ:MDLK) , a leading provider of diversified media services for professional communicators and marketers, will use Brightcove’s Internet TV service to distribute and syndicate video for Medialink clients across the Internet. [Read more…] about Medialink to use Brightcove to Publish and Syndicate Online Video
According to Zachary Rodgers over at ClickZ, “A new video distribution model is emerging, one based on the syndication of content between producers and individual Web sites; be they blogs, commerce sites or special interest Web properties.”
Brightcove apparently is a video syndication company that has a high profile:
Among the emergent video syndication companies, Brightcove has by far the highest profile. Founded by Jeremy Allaire, the company has already partnered with content creators like The New York Times, and Publicis digital media consultancy Denuo is an investor.
Mochila launched last week with several print media partners, including Working Mother and Hachette Filipacchi Media. Content owners store video in Mochila’s system and name its price. Once affiliates sign on, advertisers can associate themselves with the specific content, or place a buy with the whole network.
According to the article, they’re looking to sign on affiliates to associate them with specific content.