By Tim Maytom
The acquisition is Ooyala’s second within nine months, following its purchase of video ad tech provider Videoplaza in October, which occurred shortly after Ooyala itself was bought by Australian telecoms company Telstra.
The acquisition of Nativ expands Ooyala’s technology stack into video production, post-production and broadcast planning for hybrid over-the-top and on-air video services, enabling it to manage video content end-to-end and across multiple devices.
“The new TV marketplace can’t be serviced by legacy broadcast business systems,” said Jay Fulcher, president and CEO at Ooyala. “New data-driven technologies and services will transform the way broadcasters, media companies and brands operate in the era of multi-screen consumption.
“A transformation of this scale represents massive opportunity for the innovators that can drive new, future-proofed standards. Nativ’s Mio platform puts Ooyala even further at the forefront of providing a true end-to-end platform that can serve all video business needs end to end, from production through monetisation.”
The Mio platform includes capabilities for managing multiscreen ad campaign workflows and sophisticated data management, enabling companies to model, gather …read more
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