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    The video ad-serving platform SpotX announced today that it was linking up with Amazon Web Services, allowing for interoperability on the tech giant's cloud platform.
  • What Will 2018 Bring For Online Video?
    2017 was a banner year for over-the-top video, and digital video in general. Paid OTT "skinny bundles" now have millions of subscribers, new niche entrants made their mark, and advanced video advertising continued to evolve and mature. But now it's 2018! Video Insider asked executives in the OTT, ad tech and programming spaces to predict the big stories this year.