As entertainment industry professionals from around the world gather in Amsterdam for this year’s IBC 2014 conference, and on the heels of Monday’s announcement, FreeCast Inc is not only continuing their push for partnerships, they are expanding it world wide in order to ensure that all of the greatest content on earth can be accessible through the company’s All New Rabbit TV Plus. After the last 6 months of transitioning its 3 million plus users from the original USB device to a simple web-based system, The All New Rabbit TV Plus will officially launch on Monday, September 15th, immediately pursuing the next expansion phase that will culminate in Rabbit TV’s global rollout to 140 new countries in January of 2015.
William Mobley, CEO of FreeCast Inc, which operates the world’s largest online media guide, had this to say: “IBC 2014 presents a great opportunity for us to fill Rabbit TV Plus with global content providers ahead of our international launch. Partnerships with the networks represented at the conference, along with our recently announced user-created content channels, will allow us grow our audience as well as theirs, bringing the best content the world has to offer to millions of users worldwide.”
In addition to recently announced original content channels, new partnerships with global content creators will allow Rabbit TV Plus to cater to a diverse global audience, extending the reach of both content as well as advertising and subscription revenue opportunities across geographic lines in a way that has never been possible before. Bolstering the Rabbit TV Plus portfolio with access to popular international programming will make the service even more appealing both at home and abroad.
Just as technology has led to the globalization of so many other parts of the economy, it also allows for a globalized television experience, which the company believes is superior to that offered only on a limited local basis. That’s why FreeCast Inc is so excited to work with international content-creators and numerous device manufacturers to bring that experience to users the world over in 2015.