LOS ANGELES - Frequency continues to offer the widest possible range of content within each of its Guide categories, as is evident with today’s announcement of content licensing deals with Network A and Pose Method, both of whom will fall under the “Sports” category yet produce extremely different material.

Network A is a global, multi-platform sports media property featuring original and curated video content around athletes, action and adventure. With a focus on skate, drift, snow, surf, moto, bike and ski, Network A provides content that brings fans closer to athletes and their world.

Pose Method is a "how to" channel designed for athletes of all disciplines. It teaches a system for improving human body movement, first developed by former Olympic coach Dr. Nicholas Romanov in 1977, and shows how implementing its techniques can greatly improve performance.

"We understand that within each of our Guide categories, there is a wide range of content our users want to see," said John Wells, VP of Business Development at Frequency. "We will always strive to satisfy the full spectrum of these interests because we take great pride in our ability to offer such diverse coverage."

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.