Vimeo snaps up AI video startup Wibbitz and ‘shoppable’ video tech maker Wirewax to expand its enterprise video tools

Vimeo, the B2B video platform that spun out from IAC earlier this year, has made a pair of acquisitions aimed at building out the suite of features and tools it offers to businesses to create and run

PlayPlay raises €10M to help brands easily produce ‘high quality’ video content

PlayPlay, the Paris-based startup behind a video creation tool that enables comms, marketing and social media teams to produce high-quality video content “in minutes,” has raised €10 mil

Automated video creation startup Wibbitz raises $20M

Wibbitz, which uses artificial intelligence to create short videos based on text news stories, has raised $20 million in Series C funding. The money comes from some big names in the media world, with

Reuters is the latest large news agency to embrace content automation

Reuters is the latest major news agency to embrace content automation. Reuters isn’t replacing human reporters and editors with software and self-flying cameras quite yet. But the news organization

Wibbitz Enlists US Publishers For Its Video News Summaries

Wibbitz, a startup that helps online publishers create video summaries of their articles, is announcing its first big push in the U.S. market, starting with partnerships with USA Today Sports, Hearst

Wibbitz Update Brings A Natural Voice To Its Video News Summaries

Version 3.0 of Wibbitz's mobile app launches today, and after a few days of use I can say that the company is doing a good job of steadily moving its app towards what I would consider the ideal versio

With Echoes Of Summly And Siri, Wibbitz Relaunches Its Text-To-Video Service As A Consumer App

Chalk up another point for the growth of apps coming out of Israel that are focused on consumers, but draw on the country's better-known heritage for producing big data and enterprise startups. <a tar

Wibbitz Raises $2.3M Series A For Technology That Turns Text Into Videos

<a target="_blank" href="http://www.wibbitz.com/">Wibbitz</a>, a company whose tagline once called it the "play button for the web" (it's now just "text-to-video") has closed a $2.3 million Series A r