Kaltura provides the first open-source platform for the creation and consumption of video and other rich-media web applications. Thousands of web publishers, integrators, and application developers use our free and flexible platform to add advanced video and photo functionalities including uploading, importing, editing, annotating, remixing, publishing, syndicating, searching, monetizing, and monitoring. Kaltura’s open source code is publicly available under the GPL, and in the form extensions for other open platforms, including content management (Drupal), blogging (Wordpress), and collaboration (MediaWiki). Kaltura also provides value-add, paid services that include maintenance and support, integration and professional development, streaming and hosting, ad serving, content syndication, and aggregation of related third party services. Since its public launch in September 2007, New York-based Kaltura has won numerous awards and endorsements, including the coveted TechCrunch40 People’s Choice award, Mashable’s ‘Open Web’ award, TWS’s ‘top 10 Israeli web startup’ award, AlwaysOn’s ‘top 250 startup’ award, LeWeb’s ‘top 30 web startup’ award, Esquire Magazine’s ‘8 most promising Web 3.0 companies’, and TVWeek’s ‘5 most promising video startups for 2009’.