Media companies are being offered the opportunity to capitalise on their audio and video materials without losing their rights, thanks to new software applications developed by BiBC.
BiBC (British Internet Broadcasting Company) is one of the seven companies presenting at the Connect Yorkshire Springboard Investment Conference today. The company has developed a software application that enables it to offer a service that creates channels and broadcasting programming as well as on demand content.
What differentiates BiBC from other companies providing content services is that its software enables broadcast companies to place their audio and video content securely on the web, charge consumers and search libraries without giving up their rights. Managing director Paul Hague explains: “There are other companies offering downloadable films and on-line broadcasting already, but they do not offer a complete service and, in addition wanting to own the rights to the material they are putting in the public domain. We are offering a white label service which enables music, television, arts and film organisations to have their own channels and provide their content to the public without losing their rights.”
Clare Elsley | alfa
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