GLENDALE, Calif.–(BUSINESS LINE)–Loop Media, Inc., (“Loop Media”), (NYSE American: LPTV), the leading multi-channel streaming platform offering curated music videos and branded entertainment channels for businesses and consumers, today announced a campaign to raise awareness about the accessibility, ubiquity, and resilience of end-to-end ad-supported content, entertainment and entertainment solutions. 100% free for businesses.
For the first time, in 2022, more Americans will watch television online via cable television. Loop Media believes a similar trend towards streaming and away from traditional cable is evident in overseas markets, with companies like Loop Media providing alternative content options on a support basis. Free advertising support for these businesses. However, businesses face special challenges when it comes to services that require high-speed Internet. While the national average internet speed is 119.03 Mbps, Loop Media reports that the average speed at the business locations it serves is only 23.11 Mbps.
“There are many competing services for bandwidth in today’s modern business locations and mission-critical services such as selling terminals,” said Liam McCallum, Product Manager and Co-Founder of Loop Media. customers simply can’t afford to go offline knowing that customer entertainment becomes important to a venue’s success, so we recently launched a suite features to make it easy for businesses to cut the cord and use streaming platforms to entertain their customers like Loop Media.”
Most streaming services gobble up all possible bandwidth, but Loop Media’s proprietary Loop Player has the option to reduce bandwidth requirements to the minimum required to function. With this new option enabled, Loop Player will reduce the speed to just 4Mbps, leaving plenty of free bandwidth for other important services.
Network connection via TCP
Venues are increasingly installing streaming devices, which typically increases bandwidth requirements in a linear fashion. Loop players can now communicate with each other over the local network instead of streaming directly from the Internet to reduce congestion. This makes your Internet bill like having one streaming device, not 10.
Media streaming availability
Loop Player is good at keeping channels playing by prioritizing media traffic and adjusting bitrates for even the slowest Internet connections. Venue owners can rest assured, if the venue’s internet is congested, the Loop Player will continue to entertain.
Jon Niermann, CEO of Loop Media, said: “Our mission above all else is to help businesses understand that we’re constantly dealing with anything and everything that’s happening on their screens. Part of telling that story is making sure business executives understand how easy and accessible we have made everything from a technology standpoint.”
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About Loop Media
Loop Media, Inc. (“Loop Media”) (NYSE American: LPTV) is the leading multi-channel streaming platform providing curated music videos and branded entertainment channels to businesses. Through its proprietary “Loop Player” for businesses, Loop Media is the leading company in the United States licensed to stream music videos to external locations (“OOH”).
Loop Media’s digital video content reaches millions of consumers in OOH locations including bars/restaurants, office buildings, retail businesses, university campuses, airports, and across Free ad-supported TV platforms like Roku and at local gas stations on GSTV terminals and in 400,000 hotel rooms at over 1300 hotels in the United States.
The loop is fueled by one of the largest and most important libraries of music videos, movie trailers, and live performances. Loop Media’s non-music channels cover a multitude of genres and moods, and include movie trailers, sports highlights, lifestyle and travel videos, viral videos, and more. Loop Media’s streaming service generates revenue from advertising, sponsorships, integrated marketing, and branded content from free ad-supported television (“FAST”) and from subscription services .
To learn more about Loop Media products and applications, please visit us online at Loop.tv
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