LiveClips Powers Live In-Game Video Highlights
LiveClips is involved in creation, digitization and real-time delivery of smart video clips to sports and fantasy league fans via Internet-enabled and mobile devices. The company recently announced that it has been chosen to power the delivery of live in-game video highlights from NCAA college football, Major League Soccer (MLS) and Euro 2012 soccer telecasts.
“LiveClips’ technology will be powering the real-time delivery of in-game video highlights for domestic and international sporting events, which is consistent with our goal of providing our technology offering to digital sport content owners all over the world,” said the company’s CEO, Lewis Bakes. “I am very excited with the momentum that LiveClips has been able to generate in the marketplace. LiveClips has assembled an amazing team and leveraged its world-class technology to serve the digital sports media space while providing the absolute best fan experience across all media assets. We believe that our technology represents how fans will choose to consume sport’s content in the future… video clips that are personalized and delivered in real time to wireless or Web-enabled devices.
“With LiveClips’ empowering technology,” he continued, “sports fans will no longer need to be tethered to a live event for hours. Instead, a whole new paradigm is emerging for sports fans . . . … and LiveClips is the company that is best positioned to deliver it.”
Neal Pilson, former president of CBS Sports and a strategic media advisor to LiveClips, agreed with Bakes.
“Mobile phone providers are racing to be first to subscribers with personalized video clips and highlights of major sports events,” said Pilson. “LiveClips, with its high-speed automated technology, can determine the outcome of that race.”