ROTH Capital Partners, an Investment Banking firm headquartered in Newport Beach, California, recently published a report titled “Investment Opportunities in the New Broadcast Infrastructure” that looks at how mobile, multi-screen TV is impacting technology firms.
Roth analysts wrote up “32 public small-cap companies . . . and 27 privately-held companies” in their findings and said “one was particularly interesting.” Quoting from the executive summary:
■ Ooyala has the best analytics engine in the video asset management space, in our view.
The software firm powers direct-to-consumer IP video for media companies such as ESPN and Bloomberg, as well as brands such as Victoria’s Secret and Whole Foods.
Ooyala is committed to building the best online video analytics on the market, and we’re thrilled to be recognized for our hard work in this report.
Real time video analytics are at the core of our technology stack. More than delivering information, Ooyala provides valuable insights into viewer behavior and engagement that help media companies make more money online. Ooyala uses Big Data and Machine Learning to show leading broadcasters, operators and service providers how people watch their content around the world. The result is that viewers watch longer, remain more engaged, and publishers are better able to monetize their videos.
Our latest video analytics release, Ooyala Now
, delivers real time viewer metrics as they happen, for instant online media metrics.
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Watch this space for more announcements as we continue to innovate and build the most robust online video analytics solutions on the market.