New Channel Gives Digital Out-of-Home (DOOH) Venues a Powerful and Unique Way to Entertain and Engage Their Customers
Loop Media, Inc., a leading multichannel streaming platform that provides curated music video and branded entertainment channels for businesses and consumers, today announced the launch of “HyperLoop.” Designed and produced specifically for the digital out-of-home market, “HyperLoop” combines the best action sports highlights, viral videos, animal and human fail clips into a single, fast-paced, addictive channel that is impossible to turn off.
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“’HyperLoop’ combines content from some of the best names in viral and action sports videos, with unique editing techniques and compelling music to create a new digital out- of-home viewing experience,” said Jon Niermann, CEO & Co-founder of Loop Media.
“The response we’ve seen to this new channel proves that this is groundbreaking and raises the bar for DOOH entertainment.”
“HyperLoop,” The Channel of Triumph and Tragedy is currently available on the Loop Player to all Loop business clients.
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Loop Media, Inc. (“Loop Media”) (OTC: LPTV) is a leading multichannel streaming platform that provides curated music video and branded entertainment channels for businesses. Through its proprietary “Loop Player” for businesses, Loop Media is a leading company in the U.S. licensed to stream music videos directly to venues out-of-home (“OOH”).
Loop Media’s digital video content reaches thousands of consumers in OOH locations including bars/restaurants, office buildings, retail businesses, and on free ad-supported TV platforms like Roku, TIVO+, Plex, DistroTV and at local gas stations on GSTV terminals and in 400,000 hotel rooms in over 1300 hotels in the United States.
Loop is fueled by one of the largest and most important libraries that includes 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 services generate revenue from advertising, sponsorships, integrated marketing and branded content from free-ad-supported-television (“FAST”) and from subscription offerings.
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