FREQUENCY SIGNS WHALEROCK INDUSTRIES
LOS ANGELES - Frequency announced this week a deal with Whalerock Industries, a media and technology company with wide-ranging projects across the film, television, and internet landscapes. Whalerock has recently expanded their digital media department to launch interactive direct-to-consumer “media hubs”, partnering with celebrities such as the Kardashian sisters, Howard Stern, and Tyler the Creator.
"As a company that also values innovative exploration of the multimedia experience, Frequency is proud to join forces with a likeminded pioneer such as Whalerock to provide them an audience as unique and diverse as their content," said John Wells, VP of Business Development at Frequency.
Founded in 2008 by Lloyd Braun and Gail Berman, Whalerock Industries has strategic alliances with MGM, Starcom MediaVest, P&G, Aol, AARP, Microsoft, YouTube and other major global institutions to bring world-class premium content and experiences to tens of millions of people every month across all devices and screens. Their digital brands include Wonderwall, Moviefone, Mandatory, Mom.me, Tested, glo, PawNation, Purple Clover, and Cinefix.
Frequency is a cloud-based internet video service that aggregates and distributes video from hundreds of the world’s top providers, including the leading TV and Multi-Channel Networks. TV operators, Over The Top providers and device manufacturers use Frequency to deliver a complete and personal internet video service to their subscribers, with access to thousands of licensed channels of premium internet video.
TV, mobile and over-the-top operators use Frequency to deliver a complete internet video service to their subscribers. Frequency’s white-labeled service gives operators access to a comprehensive portfolio of licensed content, and a fully featured video platform, including real time personalization. Frequency is now powering next-generation consumer video applications for operators on set-top boxes, mobile devices and the web.