The Telstra-owned global video monetisation technology and services provider Ooyala has been contracted to power the complete video business of Philippines OTT provider Blink Now.
US-based Telstra subsidiary and video platform provider, Ooyala, has launched its solutions partner and global channel programme, which it says gives reseller companies a single source for solution selling across video production, publishing, analytics and monetisation.
US-based Telstra subsidiary and video platform provider, Ooyala, has launched new versions of its media asset management (MAM) and Reviewer applications for its media logistics platform, Flex.
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