Video software and services company Ooyala says it will work with the global media industry's business change network, the UK-based Digital Production Partnership, on its efforts to advance new global news-industry standards for the use of metadata.
Telstra-owned video software and services company Ooyala is collaborating with Netherlands-based ODMedia Group to integrate the group’s video localisation and delivery capabilities with Ooyala’s video production, management, distribution and monetisation services.
Telstra-owned video software and services US-based subsidiary Ooyala has issued what it says is a wake-up call to media companies which have yet to adopt a data-centric and mobile-first approach to connecting with ever-elusive audiences.
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