Brightcove and Cantemo iconik offer a feature rich set of APIs
Cloud services provider Brightcove is integrating Cantemo’s cloud-based iconiK MAM into its suite of services. The integration allows users to prepare content within iconik before pushing directly to Brightcove for web publication and monetization.
The integration was made possible by systems integrator, NMR. To enable the ingestion of iconik assets into Brightcove along with original metadata, NMR used a combination of iconik’s webhooks, AWS Lambda and Brightcove’s API. This allows iconik users to publish content directly to Brightcove and then have a link to the content in Brightcove added to the iconik asset's metadata.
Warren Peel, MD, NMR, commented: “Both Brightcove and https://www.thebroadcastbridge.com/companies/entry/16908/codemill iconik offer a feature rich set of APIs, making it really simple to build integrations. The resulting solution is extremely powerful.”
Mark Blair, SVP International, Brightcove said: “Media companies are challenged with ever-growing content libraries. In order to properly monetise them they need to be able to easily discover media. Iconik enables them to keep that content organised, and integrating with Brightcove means it can be easily tracked even once published.”
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