FotoTV: Official TV partner for photokina 2010
Visitors to the fair can watch the live production of this news show at photokina. FotoTV will produce these news broadcasts in a glass studio located in one of the most prominent parts of the fair. The news broadcast will then be showcased on the photokina website, the FotoTV websites and the most popular video and photography portals.
Relying on the expertise of FotoTV for these news broadcasts, the world’s leading fair for photography and imaging has announced this partnership with the tagline “photokinaTV – powered by FotoTV”. ‘This program is a great chance for exhibitors to enhance their social media strategy as it offers them a reach much beyond the fair itself ‘says Marc Ludwig, Founder of FotoTV.
Having produced close to 1000 videos/films on FotoTV.com and FotoTV.de, the Cologne based company remains a pioneer in internet based broadcasting. Besides workshops and expert films on photography, FotoTV has a special focus on photography as an art, interviews with master photographers and reportages on photo events.
FotoTV.News launched in 2009, is a free news broadcast about new developments in the worldwide photography scene. Another recent addition on FotoTV is FotoTV.Tech, a program that focuses on technology related aspects of photography. The program includes product reviews, expert comments and tips on new software, equipment and products.
With a video archive of close to 1000 films, FotoTV remains the world’s largest WebTV about photography. It’s a website for avid photographers – amateurs and semi professionals, to expand their knowledge on photography. Registered users can watch 20 of these films for free. Subscribers can get unlimited access to all the films in FotoTV, including two new films released every week by paying a nominal subscription fee. FotoTV was founded in 2007 as a German language website (FotoTV.de). The English language website was launched in the latter half of 2008. FotoTV has close to 50,000 users as of date.
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