The top websites reporting on their year-end lists are covered in this playlist of bookmarks taking users to the top images, stories, personalities and events of 2016.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 30, 2016
Robocast Inc., on the verge of the 20th anniversary of its founding, has compiled a year-end list of lists that is playable. With one click, the viewer is brought through 13 sites automatically.
This RoboShow collection of a dozen playable bookmarks guides the viewer through stories about the celebrities we lost in 2016, new politicians on the rise, changes around the world, and far more, touching on some of the most well-known personalities, including: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Elie Wiesel, Chicago Cubs World Series Champs, Adele, Drake, Beyoncé, and in memoriam to David Bowie, Carrie Fisher, Antonin Scalia and Prince.
The RoboShow contains "title pages" that point to in-depth shows on that subject. When a RoboShow tricon, (see image), is displayed it indicates how many links will eventually play when it is clicked on. At any time the user can choose to pause, skip forward or back, jump far ahead or behind, or post the tricon to Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Reddit or by email and other means.
No sign up and no download is required to play these shows. Users sign up to save and share shows. Here is a link to the 2016 Top Year in Review Posts RoboShow which is a collection of bookmarks to pages, images and videos that are playable through the universal player at http://www.robocast.com.
Robocast, founded on January 10, 1997 has major deals with Microsoft, Apple and Vevo for the use of its patented playlist engine technology. Robocast is launching a content jukebox and has published year-end shows only since 2014. Since 2016 was a year of great change, great loss, and great promises for the future, there is a lot to cover. The top websites reporting on their year-end lists are covered in this playlist of bookmarks taking users to the top images, stories, personalities and events of 2016.
Many RoboShows contain video content, official pages of those named in the shows, and also leading commentary from the online community in general. In depth or trending content RoboShows are available to play within RoboShows as well. Each RoboShow title page allows for comments about that show too. Suggestions for additions to show or related shows are encouraged.
Robocast operates a freely accessible advertising supported web site that is able to Play The Web (c) making it a portal for all things playable. Users can create RoboShows for free and share them widely. They can pay a small subscription fee to insert their own advertising or remove ads from shows they make and distribute.
For more information on Robocast Inc. and the team at Robocast led by Damon C. Torres, inventor and CEO, please contact. Media(at)robocast(dot)com.
Founded in 1997 by Damon Torres, Robocast makes playlist engines and related media services for companies large and small, as well as individual publishers. Robocast.com enables users to Play The Web(R) from playable search results, to playlists from tweets, many services are available there.
Robocast software tools and its intellectual property management are built in collaboration with a team of industry experts and dedicated professionals. For more info visit Robocast.com/about