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Brightcove Ends Free Network Service

There has been a lot of interesting Brightcove news lately that I haven't blogged about. There were two big publishers that Brighcove announced signing: AOL and The New York Times.

The big news today is that Brightcove ends the free Network service. I'm not sure at all what to expect from the blogs and news sites on this, but it'll be interesting again to see the comments throughout the day.

(Of course, it's not the most interesting thing going on today in the US: go vote.)

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