Archive for the ‘web TV’ Category

The Marvellous Flying Box

October 20, 2008

Cet automne, Ebuco sera en tournage d’une nouvelle web série The Marvellous Flying Box. Une grosse machine se met en place ! Plus d’infos prochainement…

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SFCenter – webTV

December 19, 2007

Ebuco developed for its SFcenter customer a webTV. SFCenter proposes services like the restoration, decorations in mouldings and ceilings.

http://www.sfcenter.tv/

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PoolCover – webTV

December 19, 2007

Ebuco developed for its PoolCover customer a webTV. It is seen there how PoolCover designs and develops swimming pool covers.

http://www.poolcover.tv/

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Literie Prestige – webTV

December 19, 2007

Ebuco developed for its Literie Prestige customer a webTV. Literie Prestige provide comfort for bedding and deliver several prestigious marks in its showroom.

http://www.literieprestige.tv/

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BTH – webTV

December 19, 2007

Ebuco developed for its customer BTH a webTV. BTH shows its ability in banking, insurances, …

http://www.btheuro.tv/

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New Web TV for BTH

September 12, 2007

A new web TV produced in partnership with RMB Mediastore. We handled the shooting, post production and Web TV implementation. Btw, the first ever company who started with a Web TV project and then use traditional medias (TV, radio) to promote it. Check it out here.

Hulu

September 5, 2007

After months of speculation, hype and news, the portal in development by News Corp. and NBC finally has a name, reports Advertising Age.

The site will be called Hulu.com, which executives say they chose because it sounded fun and rhymed with itself.

Hulu will be stocked with movies, TV episodes and more from the two media companies and their partners.

The site is an effort to regain control of the online video world from consumers. It’s also an easy way to monetize content through advertising.

Despite finally earning a name, Hulu is not expected to appear in any public form until September. The inquisitive may request beta access, which may begin in October.

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Web TV as an extension of traditional TV, a prelude to interactive television

August 28, 2007

For the first time in Belgium and probably in Europe, an advertiser makes the promotion of its Web TV via a traditional media (TV, radio). This first one has been produced for Literie Prestige, with TV and radio ads broadcasted on the RTBf stations since this Sunday.

In partnership with the RMB (advertising sales house for the television and radio : RTBf, MCM, Nickelodeon, …), Ebuco produces this new type of Web TV. The concept is really interesting in the sense that it allows the advertiser to provide a complete and attractive information on its products beyond the 30-second TV commercial.

Visitors of this web TV can directly interact with the content and the advertiser via lots of features : post videos produced on their blog, share the content with friends, full-screen view, contact directly the advertiser.