Narrowstep, the TV on the Internet company, has collaborated with Spanish based VivoCom to deliver a host of new IP delivered TV channels to the Spanish market. To date, they have launched 13 original channels using Narrowstep’s proprietary IPTV technology platform telvOS.
This collaboration is part of Narrowstep’s overall strategy to extend its presence globally through a network of international resellers. These resellers allow video content owners, brands, institutions and many other companies and organizations to utilize Narrowstep’s video delivery platform to provide viewers with video content in TV-like quality over the Internet.
“The combination of Narrowstep’s telvOS and VivoCom’s expertise in creating new media productions has yielded incredible results, making Spain our top international market, and a worldwide point of reference for TV on the Internet” said Todd Narwid, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales at Narrowstep, in a prepared statement.
Among the new channels VivoCom has introduced over the past few months are iPSOE TV, Spain’s ruling political party channel, and the Spanish Red Cross (Cruz Roja Española). They also provide channels for the city of Seville and the Córdoba province, as well as a multi-channel solution for the bank BBVA. They also provide a multilingual channel for ICEX, the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade. Narrowstep and VivoCom share a channel (Negopolis), which is designed to showcase innovative business concepts for an investor market.
VivoCom has also collaborated with the Spanish Media Publishers Association to host a live broadcast of the Media Publishers Advertising Awards, and with the Spanish Association of Advertising Agencies to broadcast the most important advertising festival for Spanish speaking countries.