|[April 01, 2014]
Rabbit TV Goes Global and Limitless via the Web
ORLANDO, Fla. --(Business Wire)--
FreeCast Inc, the world's largest content discovery and delivery engine,
branded as Rabbit TV, today announced massive expansion of its global
content offering creating an unprecedented 'One World Media Platform'
for over 150 countries worldwide. The company's strategy involves
aggregating ALL web-based entertainment content from around the world
and providing a universal access point for global audiences on all
devices through a combination of international content partnerships,
country-specific subportals, and its new online registration system.
This news follows the recent announcement of the company's 100% revenue
share Content Partnership Program, which will accelerate acquisitions of
a variety of international content at this week's NAB Show in Las Vegas,
including ad-supported, pay-per-view, and premium channel partnerships.
Rabbit TV's massive appeal to international audiences has already been
demonstrated through its user demographics: this year 3 million units
have all been sold exclusively in the United Staes, however subscribers
are already logging in daily from over 150 countries worldwide.
This global popularity is due to Rabbit TV's robust international
offering aggregated in its 'World Channels' section. FreeCast is
creating country-specific 'sub-portals', allowing users worldwide to
browse their own multi-language electronic programming guide tailored to
their country, including free, pay-per-view, and premium content plus
music and games through the region's most popular vendors.
FreeCast anticipates rapid global expansion with the launch of its new
online registration system, a deviceless version of Rabbit TV that will
soon replace the packaged USB device currently at 30,000+ Walmart,
Target (News - Alert), Sears, and various retailer locations. Discussions are also
underway with numerous global device manufacturers to preload its
"The approach we're taking is virtually limitless with the web,
something regional cable or satellite operators could never do. ALL the
content, from around the world, regardless if its free or paid, ALL in
one place. We are overwhelmed and elated with the amount of content
partnerships thus far. It will be amazing to see this major influx of
people and content amass into one world media platform." says CEO
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