With our combined offering, media companies have a powerful new way to provide audiences the most timely and relevant video content.
New York (PRWEB) October 05, 2016
Video creation platform Wochit today announces a partnership with leading video marketplace Stringr that adds even more content to Wochit’s already extensive library of assets from Reuters, Getty, Bloomberg and more. The vast catalogue of videos shot by a nationwide network of videographers provides Wochit platform users access to a greater selection of video and the ability to request on-demand footage.
With this agreement, publishers, media companies and content creators will have access to the 30,000-plus new videos covering local and national news and events from Stringr’s network of 25,000 videographers across the United States.
“With our similar dedication to giving media companies the ability to quickly provide quality video, Stringr and Wochit are a natural match,” stated Lindsay Stewart, CEO of Stringr. “We’re excited about our partnership, bringing more exposure to our network of videographers while offering Wochit’s customers with an even greater selection of assets.”
Added Dror Ginzberg, CEO and co-founder of Wochit, “For our media partners, producing timely content is critical to their success. Stringr boosts our content library and resolves the issue that you simply cannot have someone shooting video in every place that news is happening. With our combined offering, media companies have a powerful new way to provide audiences the most timely and relevant video content.”
Wochit is a video creation platform that empowers newsrooms, media companies and brands to expand audience engagement through the power of social video. Worldwide media brands such as Time Inc., El Mundo, USA Today, Gannett, AOL, The Week, ProSieben, Die Welt and La Repubblica use Wochit to produce short-form videos around trending topics at the scale and speed required in the video-first, mobile era. With assets from Reuters, Getty, Bloomberg and others, cloud-based editing tools and native uploads, horizontal and vertical videos are quickly created and distributed across all social and digital platforms. Wochit is the winner of both the Gutenberg Prize for its disruptive technology in the field of journalism and Digiday’s Best Video Technology Innovation for its significant impact on clients’ bottom line. The Company is backed by Cedar Fund, Greycroft Partners, Marker LLC and Redpoint Ventures. Wochit is based in New York, with offices in London and Tel Aviv. Find out more at http://www.wochit.com.
Stringr is the premier marketplace that allows media organizations to buy video footage from both amateur and professional videographers. Media organizations need only login, make a request and get video back in under an hour. Freelance and professional videographers upload their footage to be purchased by media organizations, making the obtaining footage an efficient, streamlined process.