"Transitioning from television clips to Hulu's detailed file requirements initially looked daunting, but TubeMogul made it effortless."
Emeryville, CA (PRWEB) April 15, 2010
TubeMogul announced the launch of Destinations today, a unique video publishing suite that allows "from anywhere to anywhere" video distribution.
With Destinations, media companies and content creators can easily create and automate customized video distribution venues. TubeMogul will ingest video files, automatically transcode the files to fit any site's technical specifications and then distribute the results within seconds. Settings for iTunes is built into the product, and other outlets are easy to set up. This opens up thousands of possibilities for publishers, allowing automated distribution to niche video sites, custom FTP sites, content delivery networks (i.e. Edgecast), cable outlets (i.e. Comcast On-Demand) and many more. TubeMogul has also created the ability for video publishers to create custom feeds for iTunes and other MRSS feed readers.
The result is the most customizable video publishing suite available, automating what was once a confusing maze of different file types, aspect ratios and data fields and democratizing expensive publishing solutions to free up resources best spent on content development. For instance, publishers no longer have to spring for expensive video transcoding software, a process TubeMogul automates for free.
In short, anyone can simultaneously upload videos to YouTube, their own branded microsite, iTunes, a client's site, an ad server and anywhere else automatically. The best part: the service is free for video publishers hosting their own files. TubeMogul will also offer a fee-based service if the publisher wants TubeMogul to host their files.
Classic children's television producers Syd and Marty Krofft jumped at the chance to beta test TubeMogul's Destinations for episodes of their television shows. "Transitioning from television clips to detailed file requirements initially looked daunting, but TubeMogul made it effortless," they said.
"Publishers were clamoring for this, and we're happy to bring it all under one roof," said Brett Wilson, CEO and Co-Founder of TubeMogul. "This moves super-syndication to hyper-syndication."
TubeMogul’s mission is to get online videos watched and watched longer by highly targeted TV-sized audiences. TubeMogul services are powered by the company’s unprecedented data platform that processes billions of video streams every month from the Internet’s top publishers to know precisely who is watching what and where online. Advertisers and marketers never again have to choose engagement and accountability over reach if they use TubeMogul’s online video distribution, analytics and video ad network. More play time is yours at http://www.tubemogul.com.
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