Video ad distribution company Sharethrough launched a new portal for branded videos. Called Sharethrough.tv, the new site aims to be the largest such destination on the Web.
As video marketing online trends harder, Sharethrough, a platform devoted to ferreting branded video content to high profile publishers that drive organic, viral sharing via social media, has launched Shrethrough.tv to aggregate exemplary branded video.
Think of it as MySpace or YouTube for branded video. Sharethrough, the native video advertising platform, has announced the launch of Sharethrough.tv, which it believes is the industry’s first interactive discovery application “designed expressly to find brand videos and the agencies that created them.”
Sharethrough has launched Sharethrough.tv, a free public search engine for helping the creative agencies to all the branded videos. For those of you who are not aware, Sharethrough is a leading solution provider of video advertising campaigns measurement tools.
Sharethrough, a provider of solutions that distribute and measure video advertising campaigns, launched on June 1 Sharethrough.tv, a free public search engine site designed to connect creative agencies directly to a number of branded videos.
Ever want to re-watch one of those awesome and inspirational five-minute Nike ads, but didn’t know where to look? Video ad distributor Sharethrough has rolled out a new video portal that is designed to bring together all the most innovative branded ads all in one place.
Looking for that cool, branded video someone just told you about? Having trouble finding it? Now it may be a bit easier. Sharethrough.tv has launched a service that lets you search for the best, most influential and most talked-about branded videos across the web.
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