A lot of organizations, big and small, stand to gain a lot from being able to monitor TV with our TV search technology. And that's why we created SnapStream Mini.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 24, 2009
SnapStream Media (http://www.snapstream.com/enterprise) today announced the release of the SnapStream Mini, a dual-channel TV search appliance that allows individuals or organizations to record 1000s of hours of television and then search within those television shows for whatever it is they might be looking for.
A cross between a DVR and a search engine, the SnapStream Mini gives individuals and organizations the ability to record television, search within those recordings, create TV clips and then take those clips and email, store or burn them to DVD.
Rakesh Agrawal, CEO and Founder of SnapStream explains, "A lot of organizations, big and small, stand to gain a lot from being able to monitor TV with our TV search technology. And that's why we created SnapStream Mini."
Political video blogger Jed Lewison, whose videos have logged more than 15 million views, uses SnapStream to find relevant TV content for his video blog posts. Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's Campaign team used SnapStream TV search to stay informed of campaign news and the media's reaction to her campaign's platform.
SnapStream Mini allows organizations to:
- Record 2 channels of traditional TV from regular cable, digital cable, or satellite
- Schedule recordings using a simple program guide
- Search by keyword within recordings
- Get email alerts notifying mentions of keywords on TV
- Create clips and download or email them
- Burn DVDs of full recordings or TV clips
The SnapStream Mini costs $2,000, includes 1 terabyte (TB) of storage (~1000 hours of recorded video) and is geared towards individuals and smaller organizations including bloggers, independent media, classrooms and small media monitoring companies. SnapStream expects to ship the first batch of Minis in the first quarter of 2009; all orders include free U.S. ground shipping. Orders can be placed at http://store.snapstream.com/mini.html.
SnapStream is a software company based in Houston, TX. SnapStream TV search is a turn-key television search appliance that allows organizations to monitor television for whatever it is they're looking for. SnapStream TV search technology is currently used by hundreds of organizations including the United States Senate, Emerson College, E!'s "The Soup", Current TV. More information about SnapStream's TV search technology can be found online at http://www.snapstream.com/enterprise/.
Company Name: SnapStream Media, LLC
Telephone Number: 713-876-8788
Fax Number: 713-644-3215
Email Address: lynne (at) snapstream.com
Web site address: http://www.snapstream.com/enterprise