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September 16, 2016

Reaching Millennials Through Esports And Video Streaming

For the past several years, the video game industry has taken a massive turn towards pro-gaming – esports.
August 31, 2016

BridTV Spearheads New Online Video Tech, Publishers Monetizing Faster Than Ever

BridTV – Faster. Reliable. Easy-to-Use. Something’s cooking at Brid.TV. After months of hard work and preparation we are gearing up to take the online video market by storm. Brid.TV is ready to push the boundaries with newly incorporated VPAID (Video Player Ad-Serving Interface Definition) tech, thanks to which publishers will be able to drive higher ad revenue at a click of a button.
July 27, 2016

Mobile Becoming the Main Platform for Online Video

The Zenith’s Online Video Forecasts 2016 published a report according to which mobile devices are going to become the main platform for viewing online video.
May 20, 2016

Google Launches Mobile Friendly Testing Tool

Google has finally launched a new mobile friendly testing tool. The company has increased the mobile friendly ranking factor, as the consumption of digital content on mobile devices is only increasing. They have announced changes in a mobile friendly ranking factor for the upcoming period and have kept its promise. Changes will not harm already mobile friendly sites but others should use this tool to see if their pages are prepared.
March 4, 2016

Media Consumption Is Changing

The consumption of online content via mobile devices is growing. EMarketer’s stats show nearly 1 in 10 US internet users in 2016 will go online only through a mobile device—what eMarketer defines as mobile-only internet users. That figure is expected to rise in the future. Around  79% of B2B marketers stated they had a mobile-friendly site in 2016, shows the DemandWave research. The figure represents an increase compared to the state in 2014 when 57% of respondents said they had one.
March 1, 2016

Keeping Up With The Trends: Apple News Format for Publishers

On Sept. 16th, Apple launched their platform for distributing news articles with the help of their own format using JSON. With Apple News Format publishers can generate  dynamic, animated multimedia content, available for readers through iOS 9’s new Apple News application.
February 25, 2016

Keeping Up With The Trends: FaceBook Instant Article

On April 12th 2015, FaceBook Instant Article will be turned into an open platform, that will be available for all publishers of any size. According to the company, the main goal is to provide a fast and immersive reading experience for people on Facebook. Instant Articles are aimed to solve some specific problems Facebook users are faced with, especially slow loading times on the mobile web. It’s a huge problem for people who prefer reading news on their phones and one Google, with their AMP Project initiative, is trying to solve as well. The problem doesn’t concern only the consumers. […]
February 23, 2016

VAST 4.0: New Features And How Will They Affect Publishers and Advertisers

Before introducing to you with VAST 4.0, let me remind you of the significance of VAST (Video Ad Serving Template) in the video industry. VAST is XML package for delivering the video content with other information required for advertising. It organizes ad tags that serve ads to video players and transfers important metadata about an ad from the ad server to a video player. VAST was created in 2008 and since it’s creation it has contributed a lot to the evolution of the digital video marketplace, as it has provided the monetization of video content with ads.
October 15, 2015

Don't Worry You Are Already Using An HTML5 Player With Brid.Tv

Chrome Pauses Flash On October 1st, Chrome paused Flash-based advertising or peripheral content. That practically means all video consumers now have to manually click on video players smaller than 400×300 pixels to enable playback. Google Chrome is a very popular web browser, stats show around 50% of internet consumers are using this browser. Regardless of its popularity, users have not been fully satisfied with its effect on their notebook’s power consumption, and they blame mainly Flash content for that. This is why Google has come up with a solution for Chrome to automatically pause ‘nonessential’ Flash content.
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