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Microsoft Ventures invests in Make.TV, a cloud-based live video production platform

Microsoft Ventures has now invested in Make.TV, a leading cloud-based, live video acquisition and management solution. The Make.TV Live Video Cloud helps broadcasters, content rights holders and online publishers to acquire and curate user-generated and professionally produced live video from any source including mobile devices and social media platforms. Leading media and technology companies such as […] Read More: Microsoft Ventures invests in Make.
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