Content from Local TV’s 19 stations will will now be included in ClipSyndicate’s collection of online video clips ready for syndication to Web sites.
Critical Media Inc., a provider of online video editing, syndication and broadcast intelligence solutions, today announced its content partnership with Local TV LLC. Under the new partnership Local TV’s 19 television stations will gain access to Critical Media’s distribution network, ClipSyndicate.
ClipSyndicate provides access to more than 500 authoritative news sources and over 750,000 searchable, licensed video clips. Local TV’s content will now be included in ClipSyndicate’s repository of video clips ready for syndication and will be distributed to the hundreds of thousands of Web sites within ClipSyndicate’s rapidly growing network.
“By partnering with ClipSyndicate, we expand reach and awareness of our video content and generate additional revenue models for the organization,” said Steve Baron, Vice president of interactive content, Local TV. “The ClipSyndicate video ecosystem can widely distribute our stations’ news segments thereby broadening our audience and introducing even more viewers to our original video content.”
ClipSyndicate is a viral network for the distribution, syndication and monetization of licensed video assets consisting of thousands of registered, high quality, B2B and edutainment Web sites in the mid- and long-tail of the Internet. ClipSyndicate is organized into hundreds of hyper-vertical ad revenue sharing networks supported by a dynamically updating and expanding repository of authoritative news and information content.
“We continually expand our roster of premium content providers as well as the number of Web sites in our network so that we can offer a winning proposition for partners, consumers and advertisers alike,” said Sean Morgan, CEO of Critical Media. “We are focused on delivering a secure, agnostic environment for providers of licensed content and brand-conscious advertisers by providing an ‘inch wide, mile deep’ network of content for respected vertical Web sites.”