The WovenContent Advanced User Experience Enables Seamless Access to an Unparalleled Collection of Thousands of Premium HD and 4K Video Clips

May 9, 2017


Wovenmedia®, an industry-leading provider of licensed video content and SaaS solutions for digital signage and online video networks, today announced the immediate availability of WovenContent™, the company’s new video library that delivers superior access to an incredible line-up of content from leading TV networks, sports leagues, movie studios and other premium providers.

Building on the market leadership of its previous content offering, Wovenmedia has delivered an entirely new content platform and user experience for digital signage networks across multiple industry segments. WovenContent provides subscribers with more viewing options across several categories such as sports, entertainment and health & wellness, advanced tools for easy access and download, built-in HD and 4K cloud encoding to maximize workflow efficiencies, and robust APIs for easy integration with other CMS applications.

“We’re delighted with the customer traction that has lifted Wovenmedia to our leadership position as a premium content provider for the DOOH industry, and excited to be launching this groundbreaking new offering,” said Susie Opare-Abetia, CEO of Wovenmedia. “Our team has spent the last 18 months gathering input from our customers in retail, healthcare, auto service, and other market segments, and has leveraged the latest technology platforms to create WovenContent. This new solution has an elegant design with a rich set of features so our subscribers can quickly and easily integrate our licensed content into their programs, giving their audiences an engaging viewing experience.”

Initial feedback from Wovenmedia subscribers, such as the full-service audio and video marketing company Spectrio that provides comprehensive Digital Signage strategies and solutions for retail, healthcare and automotive services companies, has been positive as users explore the new features and capabilities.

“Wovenmedia has rapidly become integral to Spectrio’s commitment to customer engagement and experience. For nearly five years, we have relied on Wovenmedia to provide quality content in a simple platform,” said Spectrio CEO Aaron Kleinhandler. “The revamped WovenContent is intuitive and streamlined, enabling our team to easily sort videos by category, resolution, length, and network. We look forward to many more years of innovation from Wovenmedia.”

Long-time content providers like NBCUniversal appreciate the ease with which they can upload new content and quickly garnish valuable exposure. WovenContent provides rights-cleared access to thousands of premium video clips across a broad range of categories including health & wellness, lifestyle, sports, entertainment, family, bilingual and more. Wovenmedia has agreements with more than 135 premier content providers including major broadcast corporations like NBC, movie studios, sports leagues and content syndicators.

The Wovenmedia solutions help customers in retail, healthcare, auto service, casual dining, education and other markets, create and deliver the optimal video experience to screens in DOOH locations, and simultaneously create digital channels for web, mobile and social interaction. For a complete list of features delivered in WovenContent, to learn about the WovenManager™ CMS, and inquire about working with Wovenmedia, please visit


About Wovenmedia: Wovenmedia is an industry-leading provider of licensed premium video content and SaaS solutions for multi-screen digital signage and online video networks. Wovenmedia’s clients create highly engaging, targeted and custom branded video programs by combining their own messages with videos from leading media companies. Wovenmedia-powered video networks currently reach nearly 120 million viewers on over 120,000 place-based screens in 6,000+ locations in all 50 U.S. States, across Canada, and on a variety of web and mobile networks.

Wovenmedia Contact:
John Polachek
(415) 802-1745

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