TelVue® Teams with iNK Barrel to Power Hyperlocal Sports Video
Posted on Thursday, September 13, 2012
Sep 13, 2012 - (Mount Laurel, NJ) TelVue® Corporation (OTCQB: TEVE), the innovation leader in Television and Internet Broadcasting for communities, cable operators, and media companies is providing on-line content management and video distribution services for iNK Barrel Video Networks, which manages video for the online news industry. iNK Barrel has merged TelVue’s Cloud-based broadcasting services with its proprietary video management and syndication platform to create a seamless streaming experience to its customers’ online video viewers.
As the news industry moves more deeply into the use of multimedia reporting, TelVue technology provides iNK Barrel with a measure of future-proofing. “Our cloud-based Internet video services offer full content management, real-time multi-format transcoding, recording, distribution and view statistics for live and video on demand,” explains Paul Andrews, TelVue’s SVP for Sales and Marketing. “Teaming with iNK Barrel was a natural fit. Their innovative system and implementation in the marketplace and our powerful underpinnings brings iNK Barrel’s live sports events and other events to PC’s, mobile devices as well as cable television.”
“More and more, online news organizations demand rich on-demand and live video to the user experience,” said iNK Barrel vice president of Sales Ross Ulrich. We looked high and low to find the right partner as we deliver content, display and distribution solutions to media outlets. TelVue's comprehensive suite of tools and their flexibility allowed us to integrate our system with theirs and leverage their expertise as we grow.”
“As traditional broadcast and traditional print news outlets begin to merge, the partnership between TelVue and iNK Barrel is showing the way to future collaboration,” says Andrews. TelVue has a long and successful track record of powering hyperlocal community broadcasting. iNK Barrel innovates broadcasting solutions for newspaper publishers, television and radio general managers and others.