AUSTIN, Texas, March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- FLM.TV will be featured in SXSW Startup Alley Launchpad (#SXStartupAlley) that show organizers describe as "the place to discover the companies that will change the face of entertainment." The event will take place on Sunday, March 10 from 12:30 – 6 pm in Room 13 AB at the Austin Convention Center.
FLM.TV will be demonstrating to investors the self distribution and social TV platform that can drive social marketing, sales and programming. During the demonstration visitors will be able learn about FLM.TV's revenue model and new media distribution platform IP for matching advertisement with brands, viewer's profile and digital content.
"I am excited to be part of SXSW's Start-up Alley," said FLM.TV's Founder & President, Diane Bernard. "FLM.TV has been focused on filling the need of each player in the entertainment delivery system including viewers, content producers, advertisers and the latest technology. I believe we are solving several key issues that provide an exciting entertainment experience, greater revenue and better placements for advertisers and their brands."
Video advertising continues to grow with brands seeking more and more quality sites for placement. New IP for filtering FLM.TVs content and viewers will bring premium value to advertising placements. The increase of consumers interested in streamed entertainment is driving the need for new options for digital entertainment content.
Consumers are now moving from DVDs to streaming films and television programs from the Internet. For example, Netflix, beating their own projections last month, announced record 27.15 million customers for their streaming service. And Hulu's revenues climbed 65% in 2012 alone.
Startup Alley Launchpad, which is on March 10th, is part of the SXSW 2013 Film Track that takes place in Austin, Texas, from March 8 – 16.
FLM.TV is a privately funded company and the industry's first self-serve Indie Film VOD social TV site. It provides an online video-streaming platform for indie filmmakers, festivals and distributors to showcase their work to a worldwide viewing audience. The site was designed to provide free distribution service to filmmakers. Distribution is available for distributors and festivals for marketing and sales of FLM.TV's VOD services. To learn more please visit our Website at www.flm.tv.
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