Meerkat, aioTV, and Muvi amongst the top 15 startups in online video

Fierce 15 online videoFierceOnlineVideo is taking a look at the 15 hottest emerging players in the online video market in its first annual Fierce 15 feature.

According to Sam Bookman, editor of FierceOnlineVideo, the pool of innovators in this industry segment contributing to the IP video ecosystem continues to grow. Perhaps not surprisingly, that made the job of choosing 15 compelling startups a challenge.

Some of the honorees include Meerkat, whose service allows users to live-stream videos to all of their followers at once.

But online video isn't just a consumer play. Muvi has been developing a platform for enterprise and content producers to develop their content. Their service allows users to bypass the expense of privately hosting their own content from scratch while enabling them to relinquish control of their content to either Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) or You Tube. Read the full report here.

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