Cloud-based SaaS platform provider Frequency is introducing Studio 5, the next major release of its multi-tenant SaaS platform that enables the creation, management, distribution and monetization of linear channels. With […]
Frequency announced the launch of Studio 5, which the company called in a release “the next major release of its leading cloud-native, multi-tenant SaaS platform, which enables the creation, management, […]
Frequency, a platform for virtual linear and FAST (free ad-supported streaming television) channel creation, and Wurl, a provider of data-driven solutions for CTV, today formed a strategic partnership. Wurl will be Frequency’s preferred advertising monetization […]
Ensuring the flow of local and on-brand content is only one of the challenges FAST channels present — innovation to aid in discoverability remains critical, experts advise.
Brightcove, a streaming technology company, today entered into a partnership with Frequency, a cloud-based video platform powering linear channel creation for content providers. Brightcove said “Frequency’s integration into Brightcove’s award-winning video […]
Endeavor Streaming, a direct-to-consumer platform, and Frequency, a linear streaming platform, announced that together, they will offer content creators, rights holders and brands across sports, lifestyle and media and entertainment […]
The CW has posted a nearly four-minute, stand-alone epilogue wrapping up Frequency and an extended series finale for No Tomorrow, both of which resolve key plot points and character arcs so as not to leave fans of the canceled shows hanging.
The CW has axed freshman dramas Frequency and No Tomorrow. The news isn’t really a huge surprise: Neither show got an order for additional episodes last fall, capping their freshman seasons at 13 episodes each. Both shows wrapped up their initial runs in January, but CW President Mark Pedowitz promised that fans of both shows would get closure “on the digital side” if they weren’t renewed.