Entertainment AI Plc (renamed SEEEN Plc) was incorporated in the UK and the group’s main areas of operation are located in the US. The Group consolidates GTChannel, a network of YouTube creators, a catalog of streaming content and a global audience as well as, Tagasauris, a human-assisted computing technology company. Today, SEEEN delivers new types of adaptable video content designed for action at the point of inspiration.
SEEEN is a content-as-a-service platform for the video-first era. Our hybrid headless architecture provides more flexibility and versatility to digital workplace application leaders responsible for customer experience.
It's the modern way to manage video content: Control all video content from a single hub. Publish to any channel. Integrate hundreds of tools with our industry-leading app framework.
The mission is simple: to help you reimagine the way you use video.
Video is a dominant online content format. Getting results for your video-first content marketing is difficult and most brands don't rank for video or featured video in SERPS. SEEEN can help you do things differently, reclaim your search equity and improve your video content marketing ROI.
To reach users more effectively, SEEEN annotates each video Moment with information about their content so they can be indexed, accessed, retrieved, played, paused, watched, shared or or sequenced in whole or as one or more segmented subparts and delivered over the Internet to any browser equipped device. In addition, search engines like Google read JSON-LD - the markup language used by SEEEN, to acquire richer information about the video moments that include it.
SEEEN annotates video Moments with Entities. Entities are smarter than words. They connect concepts to one another, allowing creators, brands and publishers to present end user with even more related content. For example, a publisher can cross-promote video Moment about Katie Holmes on a video Moment featuring Tom Cruise because SEEEN knows the two were related by marriage.
Video Moments can be understood by machines, which allows creators, brands and publishers to build more engaging features and applications around video tagged by SEEEN. When an application can understand with certainty what a piece of content is about, it's able to provide users with a more compelling experience. For example, linking to the iTunes store to purchase a song featured in a video clip from directly within the video player.