Paris, France – (The Hosting News) – October 9, 2007 – Internet TV broadcasting company, MediaScrape, has chosen to integrate Google Maps, so that more broadcasters may be added to its portfolio, completing the YouTube and CBC News deals.
In addition, ATN-Bangladesh; SCTV-Indonesia; Realitatea-Romania and other broadcast news partners will join the MediaScrape-Google Maps platform. The deal incorporates revenue-sharing with the entities, while MediaScrape also releases its Google Maps integration, to enable its users to find breaking news videos.
Tyler Cavell, Publisher of MediaScrape remarked, ”Our revenue-sharing deals with YouTube – www.youtube.com/mediascrape and new broadcasters will build on our current platform of over 36,000 breaking news videos. We will be adding Facebook applications and live translation in multiple languages in the coming weeks to grow our syndication audience-base even further.”
MediaScrape currently broadcasts over 100 breaking news videos, 24/7, from its editorial and translation bureaus in over 11 countries.
With the largest index of websites available on the World Wide Web and the industry’s most advanced search technology, Google Inc. delivers the fastest and easiest way to find relevant information on the Internet. Google’s technological innovations have earned the company numerous industry awards and citations, including two Webby Awards; two WIRED magazine Readers Raves Awards; Best Internet Innovation and Technical Excellence Award from PC Magazine; Best Search Engine on the Internet from Yahoo! Internet Life; Top Ten Best Cybertech from TIME magazine; and Editor’s Pick from CNET. A growing number of companies worldwide, including Yahoo! and its international properties, Sony Corporation and its global affiliates, AOL/Netscape, and Cisco Systems, rely on Google to power search on their websites. A privately held company based in Mountain View, Calif., Google’s investors include Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers and Sequoia Capital.
For more information Google, please visit: www.google.com.
To learn more about MediaScrape, please visit: www.mediascrape.com.