Always staying ahead of the curve, and bringing new and exciting features, the BridTV platform, once again, evolves to improve your online video businesses. This week the BridTV video platform and CMS gets a fresh batch of improvements and updates, including better WordPress functionality within the WP BridTV player plugin.
With each passing month our tireless development team is making huge efforts to enhance the powerful BridTV video platform and CMS. The latest update focuses on a variety of improvements and helpful changes to make things smoother, more slick and easy-to-use for publishers.
Delving a bit deeper into OTT territory, the BridTV update includes an assortment of cool additions, such as MRSS feed support for both Roku and FireTV apps.
What’s more, the BridTV video player has been enriched with more diverse social sharing options with the inclusion of WhatsApp.
Continually improving, constantly evolving and pushing video technology beyond conventional formulas.
Following the busy Holiday season, the BridTV dev team emerges with a wide range of video platform and CMS updates. This time around, diverse features were incorporated, not the least of which is the powerful all-new AI matching service.
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All Global brands have a YouTube channel, and no wonder as YouTube has 1 billion users, and 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute. But if you’re a start-up video publisher and have a Youtube channel you should think twice before publishing your videos on YouTube exclusively, as YouTube takes 45% of all your ad fees and controls all aspects of monetization for you. (more…)