Sorenson Media

Sorenson Media
We Know Video
Service provider
Carlsbad, California, United States United States
http://www.sorensonmedia.com
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Company description

Video publishing, re-imagined.

Sorenson 360 brings you full circle with all the tools you need to do online video right and easily. This means superior client-side and browser-based encoding with full control over all videos in one dashboard.

 

Benefits:

Highest Quality Video

Your Videos Everywhere - Online, Mobile (even iPhone!)

Customizable Player

All-in-One CMS, Secure Management of Videos

Real-time Analytics

Reliability from a Trusted Name
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


References and examples of previous work

Sorenson Media (www.sorensonmedia.com) offers
comprehensive, award-winning video solutions that empower
customers to easily and affordably deploy the highest-quality
video across the Internet. Included among its products and
services are the Sorenson 360  Video Delivery Network (VDN);
Sorenson Squeeze, the gold standard encoding application;
Sorenson Squish and SquishNet, an easy-to-use browser-based
video publishing platform for user-generated content; and
Sorenson Spark, the industry's most widely used video codec,
which today empowers the largest selection of Internet video on
mobile devices and other  consumer products.


From its inception in 1995, Sorenson Media has been instrumental
in mainstreaming Internet video, and is committed to dramatically
improving the online video experience for content creators and
consumers alike. Sorenson Media is led by two highly regarded
industry leaders. Chairman and founder James Lee Sorenson has
built and led successful ventures in industries ranging from
Internet video and telecommunication services to private equity,
medical devices and large-scale real estate development.
President and CEO Peter Csathy is a 20-year digital media veteran
who has helped drive the success of high-growth digital media
companies, including SightSpeed and Musicmatch (both of which
achieved successful exits), as well as established media players
such as Universal Studios and New Line Cinema.