New York, NY (PRWEB) May 07, 2014
With the FIFA World Cup on the horizon, digital sports video agency SendtoNews is pleased to announce its extensive coverage surrounding the games. Beginning today, SendtoNews will roll out its comprehensive World Cup digital content package through its digital News Partnership Network™ so that fans can access content via their favorite local news sites across North America.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup will take place in locations throughout Brazil from June 12th to July 13th 2014, featuring qualifying teams from 32 nations. SendtoNews will be providing unprecedented coverage leading up to and during the games including the latest World Cup news stories, and 100 short films that feature team, player and venue profiles. During the games, SendtoNews will be on the ground in Rio, delivering a comprehensive daily package of previews and post-game match reactions as well as coverage of major stories and press conferences.
"SendtoNews is very pleased to offer the World Cup to our newsroom partners, which is not just the most popular sporting event but the most viewed event in the world," said CEO Greg Bobolo.
To become an accredited SendtoNews newsroom partner, contact: Philippe Guay, Executive VP Strategic Partnerships, Mobile: 917.558.3108 Email: partners(at)sendtonews(dot)com or call toll free 855.590.1991.
Headquartered in Victoria (British Columbia), with affiliate offices in Vancouver, Toronto, New York, San Francisco and London (UK), SendtoNews is the fastest growing syndicator of sports video highlights in the world. The company currently monetizes and distribute game highlights, player interviews and other fan-interest content for more than 75 sports leagues on four continents and its broadcast and publishing partners represent more than 1000 television, radio, print and online news outlets.
SendtoNews also operates the industry's only 'Premium Advertising Network', where it packages and connects new, exclusive inventories of sports video content with large-scale, creative opportunities for major sponsors.