Frequency Announces Major Content Partnerships as Part of their Pay-TV Offering

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Los Angeles, CA -- Frequency, the leader in internet video aggregation, announced today that they have added some of the top Multi-Channel Networks (MCNs) and digital media partners to their service. Fremantle-Media North America's Tony Riot!, Jukin Media and Zealot Networks have all signed multi-year agreements to deliver their content on the Frequency platform.

Frequency provides a complete white-labelled internet video solution for operators. One simple integration with Frequency lets operators give their subscribers access to the best internet video programming, from hundreds of leading sources.

"We are excited to add these fantastic new networks to our service," said Blair Harrison, CEO of Frequency. "TV operators depend on Frequency to connect them with the programming that their customers want, and in partnership with these innovative programmers we've taken another big step in helping them achieve that."

Frequency now offers content from over 100 licensed providers and makes it available to TV, mobile and over-the-top operators around the world. Frequency's platform lets content owners control how and where their video is distributed, exposing them to new audiences and revenue, while retaining full control over their branding and advertising.

Frequency also develops direct-to-consumer applications, which are free to use, and available for download from most leading app stores. Its consumer apps are available for iPhone (iTunes' Editor's Choice) and iPad; Android smartphone and tablet; Amazon Fire TV and Fire Phone; the web; and for Samsung, Hisense, TCL and Sony Smart TVs.

Frequency was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Los Angeles, CA.

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