Telco Shows Gain Web Distribution Via TitanTV

Oct 24, 2007  •  Post A Comment

TitanTV Network has snagged exclusive broadband rights to three Telco Productions series, which will allow stations to stream the shows via their Web sites through the TitanCast player.
Current episodes of series “Animal Rescue,” “Missing” and “Dog Tales” will be made available on TitanTV.com.
“Telco, like other syndicators, produces extremely popular shows sold market by market that until now have not been available on the Web,” said Jack Perry, founder and CEO of Titan TV Media. “With the proprietary technology of the TitanTV Network, which makes it possible for only those viewers within a station’s exclusive copyright area to access their content, stations are able to ‘broadcast over the Web,’ providing millions of viewers the opportunity to download these great shows and an entire new revenue stream for syndicators and their carrying stations.”
Stations will be free to sell advertising for the local broadband versions of the shows with a three-way split among the station, TitanTV and Telco Productions. TitanTV will provide all the infrastructure for stations.
“We are delighted that the TitanTV Network’s advanced technology and delivery system allows us to offer a broadband alternative for viewers who may have missed an episode of one of our shows,” said Alex Paen, founder and president of Telco Productions. “We are especially gratified that we can now generate even more exposure for the missing persons we feature on ‘Missing,’ which will hopefully result in bringing even more of them to safety.”
(Editor: Liff)

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