FreeCast Adds Podcasts to Rabbit TV Plus Through New Content Partnership with The Social Network Station
As the latest content partner to join FreeCast’s Media Aggregation Platform, content from The Social Network Station will now be available to an audience of over 4 million via Rabbit TV.
FreeCast and The Social Network Station® are officially announcing a partnership that will bring new content to the world’s largest online media guide. This content will join over 350,000 TV episodes, over 100,000 movies, over 500 streaming channels, a calendar of live events, over 50,000 streaming radio stations, music videos, games, and more which comprise FreeCast’s Media Aggregation Platform (MAP).
The Social Network Station is an arm of Social Network Intermedia, Inc, founded by CEO Jim Nico in 2011. Now touted as “the Voice of Social Networkers,” the station is best known for its podcasts and web radio shows. With content available through iTunes and other digital outlets, the Social Network Station focuses on practical issues that help consumers and businesses alike navigate an always-connected world, earning them recognition from a variety of diverse organizations including the National Crime Prevention Council and Connect Ireland.
Nico touted the station’s newfound relationship with FreeCast: “This deal is a major milestone for us. FreeCast is a company that’s grown faster than Facebook and remains at the center of driving trends in the media industry. That represents a wonderful opportunity for us to reach a new audience via Rabbit TV that is eager to discover the exact type of content that we’re producing. That’s why this partnership is a great match for both of us.”
Meanwhile, FreeCast CEO William Mobley concurred, explaining the importance of content partners to the Rabbit TV offering. “Our product is really about creating an open platform for both content producers and for consumers. That’s our vision, and our content partners are really at the core of that. We’re delighted to work with Social Network Intermedia, and welcome all content providers that want to reach Rabbit TV’s growing audience to do the same.”