Getting your online video distributed on multiple sites on the Web can be a bit of a time consuming task but TubeMogul looks to make your life a lot easier. With Berkeley-based startup TubeMogul, you can simply upload your video once and then configure it to be sent to a number of video platforms at one time (i.e. YouTube, Blip.tv, MySpace Video, etc). TubeMogul, founded by a handful of Berkeley graduate students, also offers video metrics for all the videos that you upload through the service to help paint a more clear picture of exactly how your video is performing online. This could come in pretty handy when it comes to selling advertisements around online video. TubeMogul recently announced a series A round of funding from Knights Bridge Capital.
I caught up with Director of Marketing, Mark Rotblat, at DEMO08 a few weeks ago where they launched a premium service offering for publishers looking to get serious about online video distribution and metrics. Mark also gave me a quick walk through of TubeMogul. The TubeMogul video is included at the bottom of this article. It can also be found on my new video podcast SOMEWHAT FRANK TV.
You can also watch TubeMogul's DEMO08 launch in its entirety.