LOS ANGELES - Frequency announced today a partnership with Wochit, the New York-based video creation platform empowering newsrooms, creators and brands to capture and expand audience attention through the power of video.

Wochit offers a one-stop solution for creators to easily build, produce and distribute their videos. They are a trusted content source to a vast distribution network which includes Gannett, AOL, The Week, Die Welt, Der Spiegel, ProSieben, YLE Kioski, NRC Media and La Repubblica, and many more.

"Wochit is providing great video content to some of the largest companies in the world," said John Wells, VP of Business Development at Frequency. "Their platform enables creators of all sizes to develop engaging and professional quality video and the result is a comprehensive content library of first class pre-licensed content that we are excited to offer our audiences."

Founded in 2012, Wochit has won both the Gutenberg Prize for its disruptive technology in the field of journalism, and Digiday’s Best Video Technology Innovation award for its positive impact on clients’ bottom line. The Company is backed by Cedar Fund, Greycroft Partners, Marker LLC and Redpoint Ventures. Wochit is based in New York, with offices in London and Tel Aviv.

About Frequency

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.