LANDMARK DEAL FOR CONCERT AND FILMED DANCE INDUSTRY
NEW YORK, June 18th, 2008 – TenduTV, Inc. (www.tendu.tv) has signed a partnership agreement with broadband television provider TidalTV, Inc. (www.tidaltv.com) to showcase its content on the TidalTV platform. Programming from TenduTV’s collection of dance-related features, including captured performances, films, documentaries and original series will be made available via TidalTV’s library of on-demand content. TenduTV will be launching on the TidalTV platform later this summer.
“TidalTV’s video platform is precisely the kind of best-of-breed distribution solution that will allow us to fulfill our promise of making high-quality video available to a mass audience of dance enthusiasts,” said Marc Kirschner, General Manager of TenduTV. “This is truly a landmark opportunity for the dance industry to grow its reach and expose viewers to the performance experience like never before.”
“At TidalTV, we are dedicated to providing our viewers with the most diverse selection of entertaining and educational video content,” said Bob Quicksilver, Chief Content Officer for TidalTV. “The addition of TenduTV’s short-form and feature-length dance programming both extends and strengthens our library of high-quality on-demand videos.”
TenduTV (www.tendu.tv) is a broadband television channel featuring staged and filmed modern and contemporary dance and ballet performances from both established and emerging choreographers and companies. TenduTV’s branded channel will be launching on select video platforms in the summer of 2008.
TidalTV (www.tidaltv.com) is a free broadband television platform featuring the best in professionally produced, branded programming. The TidalTV experience is designed to complement and enhance traditional television viewing through its unique combination of programmed and on-demand shows with DVR-style controls. There is no application to download and no fees to pay – TidalTV provides its audience with a high-quality viewing experience that, like TV, is always on.
Spencer Parikh, VentureLinx