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Rumble.com Enables Video Reach and Distribution from Smartphones

Rumble video creators can now monetize and distribute their important social videos across the web and television, directly from their smartphones. TORONTO, ON, November 26, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Rumble video creators can now monetize and distrib...


November 26, 2014  


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Rumble video creators can now monetize and distribute their important social videos across the web and television, directly from their smartphones. TORONTO, ON, November 26, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Rumble video creators can now monetize and distribute their important social videos across the web and television, directly from their smartphones in a native environment. Available through the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store, Rumble.com's App also features push notifications for breaking/trending short-form video, in-app channel subscriptions, general revenue reporting, cash out functionality, and video management. "The most important short-form video is being captured on smartphones. In order for Rumble to become top-of-mind for video creators, we need to make it easy for them to get content to us. This is our first step," says CEO, Chris Pavlovski. "The app is a one-stop-shop for video creators to reach all points of the web and television." The company boasts over 7000 video creators and has reach of over 100 million streams on a monthly basis; through its network of distribution partnerships. Recently, Rumble has added to its arsenal of distribution deals with Resignation Media, Daily Mail, and AOL, creating the largest off-YouTube eco-system for social video creators. Rumble is an eco-system where video creators can host, share, create channels, monetize, manage and distribute their content across the Internet. For newsrooms and brands, Rumble's Videowire helps identify, source, validate and acquire licenses to the most important social videos on the web. The company generates over 100 million streams off YouTube on a monthly basis (Figures do not include YouTube streams). Partners include AOL, MSN, Yahoo, Toronto Star, Sun Media, Telegraph UK, Quebecor Media, Post Media, Shaw Media, Discovery Channel, Fuji Television and many more.

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