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Loop Media Seals Deal to Become AirVuz's Third-Party OTT Channel Partner

By CIOReview | Tuesday, September 8, 2020
Jon Niermann, Co-Founder and CEO

Jon Niermann, Co-Founder and CEO

Loop Media partners with AirVuz to capitalize on AirVuz’s vast catalog of professional and amateur drone footage.

FREMONT, CA: Loop Media, an innovative streaming media company focused on premium short-form video (OTC: LPTV), announces collaboration with pioneering drone video sharing community AirVuz to become AirVuz’s third-party OTT channel partner. The channel will capitalize on AirVūz’s vast portfolio of professional and amateur drone videos. Initially releasing on Plex’s new free Live TV offering, the channels will focus on Travel, Action Sports, Tropical, and Nature.

AirVūz is thrilled to partner with Loop Media. This partnership will further widen the reach for the highly-curated aerial content found on its site and offer even more exposure for the drone pilots in the community who create these great videos. This deeper relationship allows both the companies to take their incredibly rich content library to viewers around the globe via a slate of themed content channels that will be made available for all CTV and streaming channel platforms globally. It is the most engaging and captivating content and is based on the initial feedback from partners.

AirVuz is the premier online destination for drone pilots to share, watch, and engage with an amazing new drone video content. The explosive growth in small camera-based drones has opened up limitless opportunities for visualizing the world in entirely new ways.

The latest partnership adds to Loop Media’s internationally largest music video library and the company’s growing collection of over 500,000 short videos, including film, game and TV trailers, and sports that offer several of engaging product offerings. The Loop app is available to users on iPhone and Android, and all popular connected TVs like Amazon Fire TV and Android TV-supported sets like Sony, Sharp, and Philips.