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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
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.
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.
JW Player’s massive global footprint of over 2 billion unique devices creates a powerful data graph of unique consumer insights and generates billions of incremental video views JW Player, one of the most distributed digital video players in the world, Monday announced a deal with programmatic ad platform SpotX to launch “Video Player Bidding,” a new header bidding solution for buying video ad impressions.
SpotX has announced an integration with JW Player, a partnership offers header bidding-like monetization opportunities for publishers, with Rolling Stone publisher Penske Media already testing the technology. The partnership will see the pair – JW Player is a video streaming provider and SpotX a video ad serving outfit – collaborate exclusively for 12 months, connecting both companies’ respective ecosystems.
Penske Media, the publisher of WWD, Variety and IndieWire and majority owner of Wenner Media, is doubling down on video across its portfolio. Its formats range from snackable, short-form clips and pre-roll to text-based video and more cinematic, long-form series.
Facebook’s Watch launched as a tightly curated approach to high quality video, but its future might be more like YouTube. Witness how publishers that aren’t being paid by Facebook make shows specifically for its Watch section can still take advantage of the Watch real estate by posting their existing shows there.
At JW Player Insights in London, where digital publishers and broadcasters come together to share best practices and learn about the future of video from industry experts, McGee said as long as it contains all the “vital ingredients” the size of the screen the story is told on is irrelevant.
Although header bidding has a video problem, feel-good publisher LittleThings is getting unified auctions for its video inventory to pay off. Adopting video header bidding helped LittleThings increase its programmatic video ad rates by about 20 percent over the past 12 months, said Justin Festa, chief digital officer at LittleThings.