Overcast HQ Among Top 101 Companies Lighting Up The Online Video Industry

Streaming Media Europe 101

101 companies lighting up the online video industry

Pop that champagne! It’s celebration time! Overcast HQ is proud to be named in Streaming Media Europe’s top 101 companies lighting up the online video industry: the 2018 Streaming Media Europe 101 list.

Who’s on the list?

Every year Streaming Media shines a spotlight on 101 trail-blazers i.e. companies they consider the most interesting, important and influential in online video. This list includes US-based companies that are active in Europe and also recognises European-based companies that are having an impact outside of the continent. It highlights the achievements of start-ups making an impact in Europe alongside established players within the industry, such as Google, Apple, Sky and Amazon.

Who is the awarding body?

Streaming Media is a diversified news media company providing global real-time news, resources and information to help foster the adoption of streaming media technology and applications. A team of writers and editors at Streaming Media judged that Overcast HQ merits a place on this prestigious list.

Why did Overcast HQ make the cut?

Overcast HQ’s innovative cloud-based DAM platform makes it effortless for companies to manage their digital assets, in particular video assets. Its video collaboration technology stack creates a streamlined, smart, easy-to-use video management experience for all of its clients.

Reacting to the industry endorsement from Streaming Media, Overcast HQ CEO Philippe Brodeur said, “Our recent launch of machine learning-based services aimed at automating mundane video tasks is changing the way the industry thinks and works. As we move into an era of Big Video — where every business needs to communicate through moving images — the time is ripe for disrupters like Overcast HQ to help standardise workflows, speed up delivery times, reduce costs and ultimately impact on increasing revenues.”

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