Station group will syndicate its news content to Web sites through agreement with ClipSyndicate network.
ClipSyndicate, a B2B video syndication source, today announced an agreement in which the Fox Television Stations group will syndicate its news content to thousands of vertical Web sites in the ClipSyndicate Video Syndication Network. The Fox stations will provide ClipSyndicate’s network of Web site editors and bloggers the ability to publish video news content culled from the largest markets in the United States.
“We are excited to become a content provider for the ClipsSyndicate network and introduce new audiences to Fox Television’s extensive local news coverage,” said Ron Stitt, vice president, digital media and Internet operations, Fox Television Stations.
ClipSyndicate enables broadcasters and other video content producers to realize new revenue streams and extend their brands by syndicating video clips to thousands of vertical Web sites looking for specific content of interest for their end-users. Web site publishers are able to publish fully licensed, authoritative video clips within seconds, and receive a portion of advertising revenue.
The Fox Television Stations group comprises 35 stations in 26 markets, covering nearly 45% of U.S. television homes. This includes six duopolies in the top 10 markets, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Washington and Houston, as well as duopolies in Minneapolis, Phoenix and Orlando, Fla.
Launched in 2006, ClipSyndicate is a service of Critical Mention Inc., a privately held Web-based television search and broadcast monitoring service with headquarters in New York City.