AnyClip's CEO, Oren Nauman, today announced the kickoff of The Clip Trail powered by AnyClip, a scavenger hunt featuring location-based service Foursquare, where New Yorkers and tourists alike for the first time will play an interactive game to unlock some of the most memorable movie scenes in New York. The hunt lets anyone relive their favorite movie moments by climbing the Empire State Building with King Kong, connecting with the Big Apple and winning some cool prizes.
Vivendi Entertainment and AnyClip Ltd. have partnered to offer consumers the ability to relive their favorite film and television moments online. Under the agreement, AnyClip will gain access to Vivendi's library of entertainment, which includes prestigious brands like: World Wrestling Entertainment, Classic Media, RHI, Shout!Factory, Salient, and Code Black. The announcement was made today by Yolanda Macias, Executive Vice President of Acquisitions & Business Development, Vivendi Entertainment, and Oren Nauman, Chief Executive Officer of AnyClip Ltd.
AnyClip Ltd. today announced its technology platform will be utilized by the winning filmmakers announced last night at the 2011 South by Southwest (SXSW) Film Conference and Festival Jury and Audience Awards. As part of this exclusive implementation, the participating winning films will be tagged and added to AnyClip's online library of premium entertainment, enabling the leading independent filmmakers to better promote, distribute and monetize any scene.
AnyClip Ltd. announced today the company's first studio film licensing deal with Universal Partnerships & Licensing. This unique licensing agreement allows AnyClip Ltd. to offer consumers the ability to access and relive their favorite movie moments from Universal Pictures' library of feature films. Through AnyClip.com or via third-party distribution partners, AnyClip Ltd. now offers movie clips from Universal Pictures' library of feature films including classic Universal Motion pictures, the Back to the Future and The Fast and Furious series and clips from new releases such as 2010's worldwide blockbuster Despicable Me.