WWC Consulting Inc. has launched WorldWideFeeds.com (WWF), a sister company to World Wide Content Inc.
WWF trumps traditional, player-based video streams, offering end-users true TV-quality video with little or no buffering. Technology President Richard Foster brings the core technology, which has been six years in the making, from mainstream media exclusively to WWF for the adult marketplace.
With WWF, the IP-TV (Internet-protocol television) experience that dot-comers have been anticipating since the 1990s has arrived, and Foster says he couldn’t be happier.
“Coming from the mainstream market, I saw an immediate need for user-friendly adult video streams,” Foster says. Today’s video feeds are cumbersome and typically have a terrible navigation structure. Now, with WWF, video has finally caught up to the Internet revolution.”
WWF’s 2257-compliant content was made for full-screen viewing, and streams are as easy to navigate as professionally-authored DVDs. The intuitive, user-friendly interface lets members jump from channel to channel without waiting for media players to close and reopen. The product is narrowband-friendly, allowing 56k modem users a viewing experience worth getting excited about with instant access.
The $49 price per month includes access to all 30 niche feed channels formembers, with new scenes added daily in all niches. For a limited time, webmasters can take advantage of a freeFREE 14-day, no-risk trial offer.
Even though they are marketing a quantum leap forward where content delivery is concerned, the makers of WWF did not forget the past.