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Frontier Goes Over-the-Top

Discussion in 'Cable TV Discussion' started by oldcrooner, Nov 10, 2011.

  1. oldcrooner

    oldcrooner Godfather

    Feb 23, 2004
    From "The Morning Bridge" 11/9/11:

    "Frontier Goes Over-the-Top

    Frontier unveiled an over-the-top strategy to significantly expand its OTT video play with launch of TumTiki, the telco's new online video portal. In what the company is calling the "largest video library of any web destination," the site offers more than 700K video titles from broadcast TV channels, cable nets and various other online sources.

    TumTiki is basically a video aggregator as most of its content can be found on a number of other sites. But several major networks are behind the effort - including ABC, NBC, Fox, FX, Nat Geo, HGTV, Comedy Central, TBS and more. And, bucking the authentication trend, TumTiki is available to anyone who wants to use it… not just Frontier subs.

    The company says almost all of the videos are free and ad-supported with a few premium options available for purchase via Amazon's PPV rental service. Included in the content offering are several local sports and news video from affiliated local TV stations. •"


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