SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- AtomFilms today announced new distribution agreements that extend its reach to AOL, Singingfish, Blinkx and other major portals and video search engines. The agreements will introduce millions of new viewers to AtomFilms' unique content offering of the best short-form film and animation from new and innovative producers. Each of the companies will promote the content for viewing on the AtomFilms(R) website (AtomFilms.com), expanding the AtomFilms audience and helping satisfy its skyrocketing advertiser demand.
"Innovative short-form content from AtomFilms meets the needs of today's consumers, who demand bursts of quality entertainment that fit into busy schedules," said Scott Roesch, Vice President and General Manager of AtomFilms. "These new distribution agreements with industry leading sites will make AtomFilms' entertainment available to an even wider audience."
An industry pioneer and leader since 1999, AtomFilms has seen its audience increase 174 percent in the past year as broadband continues to drive more consumption of video content online. This growth in traffic has expanded opportunities for AtomFilms' world-class advertising clients, which currently include Honda, Mountain Dew, Schick(R) and many more leading brands.
"Consumer interest in online video is exploding and it is one of our highest priorities to provide consumers with a top-notch and entertaining video experience on our AOL.com portal as well as make it easy for consumers to find and discover interesting video content from across the Web," said Jim Bankoff, Executive Vice President, Programming and Products, AOL. "With its extensive library of short films and animation, AtomFilms is one of the leaders in this industry and we are pleased to be working with them."
New Distribution Agreement Details
AOL : AtomFilms is a contributor to a number of video content areas
within the AOL.com Web portal, including its new "Viral Video" area
(http://entertainment.aol.com/viralvideo ) which offers a collection of
today's funniest and most popular short-form videos. AtomFilms' content
will also be accessible through AOL Video Search.
Singingfish : As announced earlier this year, AtomFilms' video content
will be accessible through AOL's Singingfish audio/video search engine
(http://www.singingfish.com/ ), the Web's premiere audio/video search
engine, and its network of search properties.
Blinkx : The leading independent video search service features more than
1,000 of AtomFilms' short film and animation titles searchable via the
blinkx.tv video search service www.blinkx.tv.
AtomFilms(R) is where the Web goes to watch movies. Its award-winning Web site (www.atomfilms.com) offers on-demand viewing of a diverse and distinguished catalog of over 1,000 shorts in every genre, enabling new and innovative artists to reach millions of viewers worldwide. Based in San Francisco, CA, AtomFilms is a service of digital entertainment leader AtomShockwave Corp. For more information, please visit www.atomfilms.com and www.atomshockwave.com.
NOTE: AtomFilms and the AtomFilms logo are registered trademarks of AtomShockwave, Corp. All other trademarks mentioned in this document are the property of their respective owners.
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