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Net2TV In The News
nScreen Media: Linear Online TV Channels Combine the Best of Web and TV Worlds “The company can aggregate a sizable audience for small niches that traditional TV DMAs couldn’t possibly afford to reach.”
MarketWatch: Time Inc. to Add “Sports Illustrated” Weekly Show to Net2TV’s Portico Free-To-Watch TV Service “Sports Illustrated” is hosted by Maggie Gray and will offer features, behind-the-scenes sports stories and in-depth analysis from the iconic sports media franchise.
Wall Street Journal: Meredith & Net2TV to Launch “Better Homes and Gardens” Streaming Television Show “Gayle Butler, Editor-in-Chief, Better Homes and Gardens says, “We’re thrilled to partner with Net2TV to bring our award-winning content to a new audience and in a new format.”
Broadcasting & Cable: Net2TV Gets Print and Web on the Same Page “We work really hard behind the curtain to make what’s in front of the curtain look like linear, long-form television.”
TV News Check: Time and Net2TV In Pact To Stream TV Shows “Time Inc. and Net2TV Corp. are bringing Time’s signature brands to television.”
Business Wire: Bonnier and Net2TV Renew “Popular Science” TV Show, Add “Cycle World” and “Saveur” Programs “Portico TV viewers crave the deep expertise and compelling stories that Bonnier’s brands deliver.”
VideoNuze: Bonnier’s “Cycle World” and “Saveur” Videos Curated Into TV Programs by Portico TV “Net2TV’s model is to create ad-supported TV-like experiences using high-quality short-form videos from branded partners.”
NScreen Media: Net2TV’s Cloud-Based Dynamic Ad Insertion Extends Magazine Revenue Reach “Platforms like Portico TV provide a simple way for a magazine to deliver to a wider audience.”
Forbes: The New World of Passion Television
“Net2TV offers the kind of narrowcast channels that were unimaginable a decade ago…”