Synacor Says Enjoy March Men’s College Basketball with Top Five TV Everywhere Tips

TV Everywhere Leader with the Industry’s Lowest Reported Authentication Abandonment Rates, Synacor Provides TV Everywhere Authentication During March NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament and Offers Tips to Reduce Login Abandonment

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Synacor Gives TV Everywhere Top 5 Tips for March Basketball

Synacor is dedicated to helping consumers enjoy NCAA Men’s basketball without stress, and helping pay-TV providers deliver content in the easiest way – Michael Bishara, Synacor

BUFFALO, NY (PRWEB) March 13, 2014

Synacor Inc. (NASDAQ: SYNC), the leading provider of next-gen startpages, homescreens, award-winning TV Everywhere solutions and cloud-based Identity Management (IDM) services, across multiple devices for cable, satellite, telecom and consumer electronics companies in the U.S. and abroad, today offered Top Five tips for pay-TV subscribers looking to access Men’s NCAA Basketball this March via web and mobile devices. The company is providing TV Everywhere authentication services during the March NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament for approximately 40 providers.

Synacor’s TV Everywhere Top 5 Tips for March Basketball include

1.    Double-check your cable package – To ensure you can catch all the hoops action on-the-go with your current pay-TV provider, make sure your subscription includes the right networks and channels. Everything you need to know about where to access March NCAA Men’s Basketball live streams, content, apps and more can be found here;

2.    Know where to go – Finding the games doesn’t have to be difficult. Games and additional video content will be streamed online here;

3.    Test your credentials and authentication early – If you’re a pay-TV subscriber, your credentials will give you access to the games online and via mobile. Today, login and make sure these credentials are valid to take advantage of TVE content;

4.    Get mobile ready – Feel like you’re at the game no matter where you are by downloading the tournament’s app for games on-the-go; and

5.    Don’t miss a game – So you don’t miss a minute of the action, plan to login early, ideally 5-10 minutes in advance.

“It’s March, so it must mean basketball madness! Pay-TV subscribers should be able to catch the action wherever they are, on whatever device they choose,” said Michael Bishara, Synacor SVP of Product and GM of TV Everywhere. “As a worldwide leader in TV Everywhere, Synacor is dedicated to helping consumers enjoy NCAA Men’s basketball without stress, and helping pay-TV providers deliver content in the easiest way for their subscribers, resulting in the industry’s lowest reported TVE abandonment rates. We saw dramatically low TVE abandonment around 10% during Sochi with our customer that was using our auto authentication solution, and we are expecting great results during March college basketball.”

For more information on Synacor and its TV Everywhere services, visit synacor.com or email tellmemore(at)synacor(dot)com.

About Synacor
Synacor’s white-label platform enables cable, satellite, telecom and consumer electronics companies to deliver TV Everywhere, digital entertainment, cloud-based services and apps to their end-consumers across multiple devices, strengthening those relationships while monetizing the engagement. Synacor (NASDAQ: SYNC), is headquartered in Buffalo, NY, with tech hubs in Toronto and Boston. For more information, visit synacor.com.

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Meredith Roth
VP, Corporate Communications
646-380-5141

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