Frequency Lets You Watch the Internet and Supports Chromecast
Online Video Could Soon Come to Your Cable Box, with Help from Frequency
Frequency, developed by Frequency, is a fantastic way to watch videos from around the internet. Whether you want to stay up to date on the latest current events, watch the newest viral videos, or just see what’s “out there”, Frequency is a great app that consolidates everything...
Frequency Aggregates All Free to Watch Videos, Thinks it is a Big Enough Market
Some cable providers may still not like the idea of having a Netflix (s NFLX) app on their cable box, but everyone wants to have access to short-form online content, said Frequency CEO Blair Harrison during an interview at the Cable Show in Los Angeles Wednesday...
Frequency Debut New Video Management Service
Keeping yourself updated on free-to-watch videos on the internet is quite different. You have to subscribe to different channels on different platforms, making it difficult to keep up with the latest videos.There’s a company just trying to solve that problem. Meet Frequency.
Frequency Brings Social-Curated Video to Amazon Fire TV
Los Angeles-based Frequency, the video publishing software provider headed by Blair Harrison, has launched a new product, saying at NAB that it has launched Frequency Sync, which helps users publish their videos across the company's range of video applications.
Frequency has announced support for the Fire TV, Amazon’s new streaming dongle, bringing socially-curated movies and TV to the set-top box. Already supported on iPhone and iPad, as well as certain Samsung smart TVs and other platforms, Frequency pulls in content from AP, National Geographic Wild, and thousands of other online sources into individualized “channels”.