Press for Software, Systems and Services
ScanScout today announced a number of in-stream video advertising agreements with premium publishers across several industries and markets including Warner Brothers, Warner Music, Mindspark (an IAC Company), Marvel Comics, Lycos, Fox News, RealNetworks, Space.com and NBC Owned and Operated stations. The new publisher sites, which include a number of the major portals, represent a wide range of demographics, allowing advertisers to leverage ScanScout's targeting and optimization technology to reach any audience.
QuickPlay Media, the premier provider of solutions that manage the business of mobile video, today announced the findings of its latest quarterly consumption analysis. The results—aggregate usage statistics from 17 representative QuickPlay-powered services, including two which launched in the second quarter of 2009—revealed an increase in the average number of downloads per user and total number of live TV, video and audio streams consumed.
Open source software (OSS) has garnered interest from commercial software developers and enterprise IT managers as a way to cut costs, increase efficiency and speed time-to-market, but many remain unsure how to integrate and manage open source deployed in their applications and systems.
Black Duck Software, the leading global provider of products and services for accelerating software development through the managed use of open source software, has reviewed thousands of successful OSS deployments and developed a five-point checklist that can be used by software companies, where concerns about intellectual property and licensing risk can inhibit OSS adoption, and enterprise IT executives, where risk to infrastructure and operations are obstacles to deployment of OSS code.
LimeLife, Inc. the leading multi-platform digital media company for women, today announced that its free mobile website,m.limelife.com has exceeded one million monthly visits, making LimeLife the most visited women's lifestyle mobile site in the United States. With this audience, LimeLife is delivering content to one of the fastest growing consumer segments embracing the mobile web - women. According to The Nielsen Company, almost 27 million women in the U.S. are using the mobile web each month, up 43% from a year ago.