The Deloitte North America Technology Fast 500 list debuted in 1995 and, for the 23rd straight year, software dominated the list. JW Player for the second straight year was named to the list - this year coming in at 340th.
Video platform JW Player and content logistics software firm MAZ Systems have teamed up to combine video hosting and distribution functions onto one dashboard.
The partnership between JW Player and NetAddiction aims to enhance the performance of videos on all properties of the Netaddiction network. The organic displays are growing with a + 120% on Multiplayer.it and a + 55% on Movieplayer.it
Streaming Media's panel of experts has spoken, and these are the 50 companies doing the most important and innovative work in online video today. Read our introduction to learn more about how the list was created. JW Player is honored to be included.
Triangulation 367 - Host Leo Laporte interviews JW Player Co-Founder and CIO, Jeroen Wijering. Jeroen Wijering is the creator, co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of JW Player. He talks with Leo Laporte about how he invented the embeddable web video player, the complications of web video, and how buffering works.
JW Player announced today that it has hired David Pashman, the former General Counsel of Meetup, as its new legal boss. In this role, he will oversee the global legal function, including support for JW Player’s rapidly expanding sales and partnership divisions, as well as work closely with the company’s product and operations divisions.
What is it like hearing a panel of rock star women talk about their paths to tech leadership and the challenges they faced? Inspiring. Last night JW Player and Brown University’s Executive Master in Science and Technology Leadership co-hosted, Shaking Up Leadership: A Roadmap to Inspiring Female Leaders in a Tech World. With over 100 attendees at JW Player’s Manhattan office, the panelists discussed their varied journeys up the technology industry ladder leading companies through M&As, industry shifts, and global expansions.
Float Left, a pioneer in OTT and video technology, today announced a partnership with JW Player, the world's largest network-independent video platform. By leveraging JW Player's video delivery and intelligence technology, Float Left offers a complete OTT solution for content publishers and broadcasters worldwide.
One in six people in the world uses the video player from Jeroen Wijering (37) from Losser. His company, JW Player, already had offices in Eindhoven, London and New York. It now adds a fourth: in Sydney. "If you lean back, you will be caught up," he says in Tubantia.
Although digital video advertising is growing rapidly, video ads are often still a pain to load. Brian Rifkin, co-founder of video software company JW Player, spoke with eMarketer’s Ross Benes about the technical details that create latency with video ads.
JW Player and SpotX recently announced a new header bidding solution to drive improved video ad monetization across JW’s huge base of content publishers. Dubbed “Video Player Bidding,” the solution is meant to radically simplify and accelerate JW publishers’ implementation of header bidding, while exposing their inventory to SpotX’s deep pool of demand sources.
JW Player, the world’s largest network-independent video platform, today announced the launch of Video Player Bidding, a market-changing header bidding solution for video with SpotX, the leading video ad serving platform for publishers, as its exclusive partner for 12 months. Video Player Bidding is purpose-built for digital video to greatly reduce latency and improve monetization with just one click. The innovative solution allows JW Player’s publisher customer base to easily access SpotX’s extensive and diverse demand marketplace as well as its ad serving capabilities.