With enhancements and new features being introduced, we thought we’d take a minute to update you on the Burst for Business full mobile video solution.  It’s easy to get started and get your reporters and users to upload media directly into your branded widget over the mobile web

Here’s what we are proud of (and we think you’ll love):

  • You can customize and brand our widgets to be seamlessly integrated into your web destinations.
  • Make money on your video content through out ad Integration (VAST 2.0 systems)
  • Our mobile-friendly responsive widget ensures the best experience no matter what screen your users are on.
  • Moderation/management of media:  You can pin media in preferred order, allow users to flag inappropriate content and require approval prior to publishing.
  • Smart Curation:  Burst does all the hard stuff to make your job easier.  With auto Montages of your media, Smart Stacks and one-touch effects right on the phone, it has never been easier to monitor your media
  • Smart Publishing:  Low touch content distribution through Keyword Bubbles, Autotagging & Autosuggesting saves time! We have industry-leading Twitter Player Card integration which allows multiple videos to play in-line on the social network.  All ad integration is honored there as well.  Game-Changer!
  • Bulk upload into a bubble over the web with multiple digital camera formats supported
  • Full Mobile Web Experience which includes camera capture and import from camera roll


UGC: User Generated Content.  Burst is the simplest tool to harness the power of UGC.
Bubbles:  Media containers for collaboration and sharing
Keyword Bubbles:  Auto-distribution of content based on recommended tag
Autotagging and Suggested tagging:  Automatically tag content based on its origin or use your preferred taxonomy through our suggested tags.
Smart Stacks:  Media is compiled and clustered by pre-determined set of criteria (color, edge detection, metadata etc) automatically curating and making it simpler to navigate
Montages:  A highlight reel is automatically created from all the media in a bubble (a minimum of 5 pieces of media required)
Effects:  Add slow-motion, spotlight and zoom with just one touch.  Add them all at once or separately – your choice.

July 22, 2013- Philly, PA

Day 1C

Monday was reporting day for the Eagles’ rookies and select veterans. There was no practice, just meetings and conditioning tests in the afternoon.

Michael Vick was in the building. So was Nick Foles, tight fade and all. The quarterback competition has begun. But don’t forget to include Matt Barkley in there too. He made that perfectly clear on Day 1.

Check out some of the footage taken during the first two days of Eagles training camp in South Philadelphia:

EAgles Day 1

Click here to view video footage (Day 1).

Day 1 C

Day 2  ‘

Click here to view video footage (Day 2).

Day 2 D

Use Burst’s complete Video Engagement Solution to capture, share and monetize your High School, College, Youth or  Semi Pro Football Videos this season.

BOULDER, Colo. –June 28, 2013 –VeloNews.com has hit the ground in France with two feet on the pedals for three weeks of dedicated coverage of the 100th annual Tour de France, offering cycling fans the most comprehensive news and behind the scenes access throughout the sport’s marquee event (June 29 – July 21, 2013).  Featuring daily video content powered by the Burst App, the new ‘Inside the Tour’ video player on VeloNews.comwill showcase behind the scenes highlights, interviews with the pros, stage previews and a little ‘flavor from France’ every day of the three-week race.

“Our new ‘Inside the Tour’ video player will capture sights and sounds happening behind the scenes in an unfiltered context for fans to truly experience the Tour de France’s 100thanniversary,” said Dan Vaughan, Vice-President of Digital for Competitor Group. “We are committed to original content that dives deep into every aspect of the event and reflects the global popularity of this iconic race, which will begin on the island of Corsica for the first time in history.”

A team of cycling’s most respected journalists will serve as on-site correspondents including Velobrand editors Neal Rogers, Caley Fretz andAndrew Hood, reporter Matthew Beaudin and contributors Ryan Newill and Dan Seaton. In addition to the ‘Inside the Tour’ video player, highlights of the 100th Tour de France coverage will include:

  • Exclusive photo galleries, daily analysis and race recaps of every stage
  • Pick Your Podium contest presented by Diamondback, which allows cycling fans to select their favorite riders for Tour glory and compete for prizes
  • Daily live blog from Velo editors, with blow-by-blow coverage from each stage
  • Real time twitter updates from the front of the peloton at @VeloNews

“Most of the story lines will be dictated by what happens during the early stages, we could potentially have two Americans, Tejay Van Garderen and Andrew Talansky, in the top-10 and that’s intriguing. Our live blogging platform is the perfect way to follow the tour, with minute-by-minute updates direct from the race,” said Beaudin “Cycling enthusiasts can interact with our editors on the ground in France or at our offices in Boulder and with special guest moderators, you never know which pro rider will drop in. It’s really a unique opportunity to watch and ask questions about the world’s largest bike race.”

For more information or to follow the Tour, please visit VeloNews.com.

About Velo

Publishers of the official North American guide to the 2013 Tour de France, Velo delivers the most authentic and authoritative editorial in the cycling industry, to a qualified and influential audience.Velo has a 40-year history of delivering compelling content that informs and entertains cycling enthusiasts worldwide. Velo reaches serious bicycle competitors – present, past and future – as well as the retailers, suppliers, and service providers who are at the leading edge of cycling. Online since 1994, VeloNews.comdelivers the most timely, trusted cycling content on the web. For more information about Velo, including advertising rate cards and an editorial calendar, visit CompetitorMediaKit.com.  For the latest cycling news, race results and more, visitVeloNews.com or follow @VeloNews on Twitter.

About Competitor Group

Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., Competitor Group, Inc. (CGI) is the active lifestyle industry’s leading media and event entertainment company. CGI’s portfolio of media assets span the full range of the expanding endurance industry and include a robust digital community on the web and on mobile across the Competitor Endurance Sports Network of websites. Additionally,Raceit.com, a leading digital registration platform, is the catalyst for the company’s race services offering that looks to meet the needs not only for the company’s owned and operated events, but also for endurance events of all sizes on behalf of the entire industry.

CGI owns and operates 83 events around the world, including the flagship Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series, the TriRock Triathlon Series, the NFL Run Series and the REI Muddy Buddy Series, collectively delivering over 600,000 professional and amateur participants in 2013. Anchoring the company with rich content and marketing leverage are five publishing properties dedicated to running, cycling, triathlon and the world of multisport including Velo, Inside Triathlon, Triathlete, Women’s Running andCompetitor with a combined monthly circulation of more than 700,000. Further information about CGI and its digital, publishing and event entertainment properties can be found atCompetitorMediaKit.com.


BOSTON, Ma.- June 15, 2013

Ruckus – the Nation’s Premiere Obstacle Race Series,  partners with Burst to provide a free mobile video/photo sharing service so racers and spectators can automatically upload and share  all their most memorable racing experiences directly to the Ruckus website from their smartphones.

Now every team, racer and spectator can memorialize slogging thru the mud pits, mastering the nosebleed nets, and careening down the Mt. Ruckmore  victory slide directly on the Ruckus site. Videos/Photos are available for everyone to view,  post to FB friends, or tweet out followers.

Participants enjoy the the simplicity of using their smartphones to post their racing memories, and the Ruckus collects and shares instant event-based libraries of  amazing videos, photos and testimonials. Everyone’s a winner!

Check the race footage out using this link,  then sign up to participate in this fun, rewarding, family friendly race in a city near you!

boston       Pitts

Is your business looking for a fast, easy mobile video solution that can capture, share and monetize your event- based footage?  Burst has a complete video engagement platform that can be up and running in less than a day. Learn more. 

June 6th, 2013- Fanwood, NJ

NJ.Com reporters have been using Burst’s video sharing  platform to capture a variety of news content including High School Sports.  This week, reporters captured exciting  finish line footage, and behind the scenes interviews  at the 2013 High School Track Championships.

Using Burst, NJ Reporters set their own posting records as footage was automatically available on NJ’s  site as quickly as  the races were completed.

Check out the video footage (link below) which includes interviews by Jabrill Peppers and Oliva Baker,  and features Burst’s unique spotlight, zoom and slow motion functionality that reporters use to  highlight key racing moments.

View 2013 High School Track Championship Videos.

NJ TRack 2

Burst’s latest version of their app includes a unique Twitter Card Player which is available on the iTunes app store and Google play. Now you can view multiple videos/photos from a single tweet directly within Twitter. No need to go to another app; or open another browser.

Check out the following tweets and see how reporters around the world  are using this new Burst feature.


Tweet#1:  Sharing amazing  behind the scenes footage from the Tour De France.

tweet 3

Tweet#2:  Sharing  MLS Press Conference Moments in Kansas City.

In connection with the annual Digital Content NewFronts 2013, Digitas, one of the world’s largest digital agencies, hosted a day of strategic meetings on May 1, 2013.  This Silicon Valley Workshop is series of partner-led discussions with senior clients and agency leads from across North America. Digitas clients were armed with a list of curated, emerging companies that are at the tip of the spear in their industries.

Burst was proud to be a presenter in the Video areas, where we showcased the best way for brands to engage consumers using mobile video content.  Other areas covered were  Storytelling, Audience Engagement, Mobility and B2B.  The Burst Business platform provides some ground-breaking tools for publishers, brands, businesses, and organizations to leverage the growth of mobile and video consumption.