Delivering innovative ad solutions to publishers, the development team brings even more cool additions to the BridTV CMS. A majority of the latest updates have significantly increased the overall quality of the CMS, with just a smidgen of other divers improvements and upgrades.
Our hardworking dev team has spent the past month or so meticulously fine-tuning our CMS and video player. By adding a variety of major innovations, the BridTV video platform now runs even faster and smoother. Our newly incorporated upgrades now offer publishers a highly improved video platform monetization system. We have further enhanced our ads revenue platform with several crucial new solutions, not the least of which is BridTV Marketplace.
We are determined to cater to the needs of publishers, as they work hard to optimize and improve their respective online businesses. For months our team has focused on improving the fundamental architecture of the BridTV Video Player. With the React Brid Player component, we have unlocked a truly indispensable element that’s guaranteed to enhance the development process as you’re ironing out your custom projects.
It’s tough competing in the OTT realm. The greatly expanding online advertising market now sees more and more businesses shifting their gaze towards OTT (Live streaming) when it comes to mobile and desktop video. Most publishers, are not only keen on tapping into this particular market, but they are also determined to improve their overall functionality of their sites and content delivery methods; which, in turn, focuses on boosting ad revenue and ROI. By offering Roku integration, and support for Fire TV via MRSS feeds, we create a more flexible and streamlined video player tech.
When it comes to setting up a digital marketing strategy and monetizing your web site’s content, there are a number of aspects to consider. The main objective is to stay focused on video. Video has become the most powerful weapon in today’s business scene. After all, it’s been confirmed recently that 85% of all Internet users in the US watched online video content every month across a variety of devices. Having organic traffic and plenty of video content is one thing. You need a solid system set up in order to analyze your data. Nielsen analytics is a vital ingredient in that sense, but we’re getting ahead of ourselves.
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.
Besides our real-time video analytics, one of the most talked about additions to our 3.8 video platform release is Live Images Support. Following industry trends if you choose us to encode your videos, you’ll have an option to use either screenshot or, what we call, ‘live image’ of your video that can be used instead of a snapshot.
It’s been busy here at Brid video platform HQ these past couple of months so we have a lot to talk about. The main thing you may notice, besides enhancements to the core product and few market-specific solutions, is our new site redesign and new Brid video platform pricing plans.
What we did is up the amount of GB all our plans have available considerably. For starters, now it’s possible to achieve 3 times more bandwidth (depending on the plan). Did we also mention that the price is still the same!?