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i24 select Brightcove Video Cloud

Global cloud-service provider Brightcove today announced that i24 News, the recently launched international news channel with an Israeli perspective, has selected Brightcove Video Cloud to support its 24-hour live news broadcast in three languages. With Video Cloud, i24 News is able to publish live video via three separate feeds in French, English and Arabic to a global audience via desktops and Apple iOS and Google Android smartphones and tablets.

“We are committed to providing our audience with breaking-news content in the highest quality possible on any device,” says Grégory Raphael Ouaknine, multimedia manager at i24 News. “Brightcove sets the standard for excellence in the online video industry and the range of options the company offers for delivering live video content across multiple platforms will be instrumental in driving the success of our video initiatives in the future.”

i24 News distributes a wide array of news centering on topics related to politics, international affairs, culture and sports. With the Video Cloud online video platform, i24 News is able to publish high-quality live video content to audiences on every type of screen, access real-time analytics to measure the performance of its content and monetize live content with advertising. Additionally, Video Cloud’s Smart Player technology ensures that i24 News’ video content is available to both HTML5 and Flash-based devices and operating systems.

 

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