Brid.TV Introduces Real-Time Video Analytics
Brid.TV’s Real-Time Video Analytics Enables Publishers to Monitor Video Performance
Los Angeles, California, October 2, 2017: Brid.TV, a state-of-the-art online video platform, is expanding its online video-powered business by adding real-time Video Analytics, a powerful engine that enables companies to keep track of video performance.
Publishers and companies around the world use Brid.TV’s sophisticated technology to host, manage, and monetize online videos. With the newest release, Brid.TV has made it possible for them to zero in on crucial video and ad data. Brid.TV knows that, with a proper understanding on how videos and ads are performing, publishers and marketers can grow their businesses and create relevant content.
“We’ve seen that online video traffic has increased in 2017, accounting for 69% of all consumer Internet traffic. The percentage will rise by 11% by 2019, proving how engaging and popular videos are today,” stated Naum Petkoski, Publisher Relations Manager at Brid.TV. “To help brands understand the performance of their videos, we’ve launched a powerful in-house Analytics engine. Now, web publishers can maximize the effectiveness of any video-oriented business.”
Brid.TV has overhauled its analytics, focusing on the real-time metrics that matter the most, including bandwidth consumption, video display, ad requests and ad impressions. Understanding and keeping track of data has become crucial for publishers as it helps them improve their content and attract prospects. With Brid.TV’s real-time Video Analytics engine, content creators receive precise analytics, allowing them to see which videos or ads their target audience wants to see.
For more information on the real-time Video Analytics and how to get started, contact Brid.TV here.
Brid.TV is a powerful enterprise-level cross-device online video platform, which offers a wide range of ad solutions. Publishers can host, encode and monetize their videos any way they want, with free ad support from our platform.
You can find out more on the website: https://www.brid.tv