mDialog, a company best known for providing an in-stream advertising solution for iOS devices (i.e. iPad, iPhone and iPod touch), said Wednesday that it is extending its platform to the OTT market via support for the Roku platform.
Vpype, which describes itself as a "social video company," announced last week that it has begun a public beta of its Vpype Live Broadcaster Facebook application (http://apps.facebook.com/vpypebroadcaster), which it says will enable all 350 million Facebook users to create and share live, interactive video. According to the company, the app is easy to use and, among other things, allows end-users to create scheduled or unscheduled interactive live shows, send video notes, store past broadcasts complete with audience participation, and share videos through Facebook.
Network video processing specialist, RGB Networks, on Tuesday unveiled its new content repurposing solution, which it claims enables cable, telecom and other IP video service providers to simultaneously deliver any video program to multiple devices (including TV's, PC's and mobiles) via any network and with "pristine" picture quality. According to the company, this claimed ability to easily repurpose multiple video sources, and to deliver them over multiple networks and to all viewing devices using a single, integrated video processing platform dramatically reduces the operational complexity for video service providers to expand their offerings.