NewsLook Launches NewsLook Publisher Suite
NEW YORK, Oct. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — NewsLook, the video news service, today launches the NewsLook Publisher Suite, a new service that enables publishers to easily create and package video content from NewsLook’s collection of more than 70,000 videos from over 70 premium sources, including Associated Press, Reuters and Agence France-Presse.
NewsLook Publisher Suite gives editors a robust and intuitive toolset for showcasing the best in premium video content on their sites – from news, lifestyle, sports and politics to fashion, art and entertainment. It empowers publishers to create RSS feeds, craft manual playlists or power them with RSS or MRSS feeds, embed individual videos, and upload their own video content. Publishers can also customize feeds and outputs by duration, date and number of videos, and preview the results in real-time with the option to exclude individual videos as needed.
The filtered and packaged video content is sourced from NewsLook’s rapidly growing, curated collection of more than 70,000 videos from over 70 premium content producers including Associated Press, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, Bloomberg, GlobalPost, Bonnier and National Geographic. The custom feeds can be built using NewsLook’s content library with its list of hundreds of subjects (US Politics, Green, Celebrity), people or entities (Barack Obama, Myanmar, Goldman Sachs) and breaking news stories tags (2012 US Presidential Election, iPhone 5 Release).
“In redesigning the Publisher Suite, our goal was to create a simple and intuitive process that allowed editors to find just the right video to complement their text stories,” said Fred Silverman, a former CBS producer who is the CEO and Founder of NewsLook. “This new toolkit also offers any content publisher an easy, turnkey way to keep its site-goers engaged via an ongoing stream of fresh, high-quality video content from the world’s most respected sources.”
NewsLook is the leading supplier of video content and technology to the information industry. It combines the largest curated and professionally-produced content library – over 70,000 videos from more than 70 premium sources such as Associated Press, Reuters, Agence France-Presse, Bloomberg and National Geographic – with proprietary feed technology and a detailed classification system. In addition, NewsLook provides a variety of turnkey solutions that enable publishers and data companies to seamlessly incorporate video into their text-based products. NewsLook also supports video news apps for Roku, Sony and Google TV as well as an iPad app.
For more information go to www.newslook.com.