November 3, 2017

Brid.TV Unveils Live Streaming on Video Platform

Brid.TV Video Platform Has Been Upgraded With Live Streaming

Los Angeles, California, November 3, 2017: Brid.TV, a technology company and an enterprise-level video platform, unveiled today a new addition to its top-of-the-line video platform — Live Streaming. Brid.TV’s Live Streaming feature provides companies with a chance to start broadcasting live videos.

Live streaming has become a booming industry in the past few years, with 80% of consumers preferring to watch live videos from a brand than read a blog post. Brid.TV has recognized that live streams have become one of the main forms of expressions for content creators. With the Live Streaming option, publishers can use Brid.TV’s advanced technology to create and stream their own videos, relying on the Brid.TV video player.

“Today, live streaming is the place to be when it comes to video consumption and online video monetization. We have acknowledged this and worked tirelessly to add the Live Streaming feature to our platform,” said Fabien Ricard, Chief Executive Officer at Brid.TV. “We are proud to say that the newest addition can satisfy publishers’ live streaming needs, equipping them with an intuitive, fast, and easy-to-use system.”

Brid.TV’s Live Streaming option comes with customizable player skin, allowing publishers to incorporate branding into their product. They can also efficiently monetize live streams utilizing pre-roll ads and more. With mobile devices taking precedence over other technologies, the newest feature also includes mobile streaming, which has never been quicker and easier.

For more information on the Live Streaming and how to get started, contact Brid.TV here.

About BridTV

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

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