As more and more folks cut the cable, install DVR services, and go mobile with their viewing, on demand video becomes more prevalent. With that, the way we surf and search for content must change. The model switches from browsing to purposeful search, but as newer disruptive companies like Netflix and Hulu prove, personalized recommendation-based content gets much better results.
But that… → Read More
Digitalsmiths, the video distribution and analysis platform that powers TheWB.com, TMZ, and a number of other popular sites, is rolling out a new product suite today dubbed VideoSense 2.0. The new suite includes a number of features that will make it more appealing to content owners looking to distribute video across the web, but the most interesting new feature for consumers will be the… → Read More
Research Triangle Park, N.C-based Digitalsmiths has closed a $12 million Series B round of funding to extend its video indexing and ad targeting technology platform. The money comes from existing investors The Aurora Funds and Chrysalis Ventures; .406 Ventures also participated.
Digitalsmiths has been indexing digital content in videos (both visual and audio) for Hollywood studios for the past… → Read More