, the Israeli company that specializes in digitalizing films and making every moment searchable, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Dailymotion, an independent video and entertainment website. This is Anyclip’s third collaboration
, following agreements with Hollywood’s Vivendi Entertainment and Universal Studios.
The agreement with Dailymotion will give its hundreds of millions of users access to AnyClip’s database of thousands of movies and 50,000 clips from licensed full-length feature films, including titles and clips from major movie studios such as Universal Pictures, Vivendi Entertainment and Indie distribution firms such as First Look and Virgil Films.
“Our partnership with Dailymotion grants us the unique opportunity to integrate our thousands of movies, and 50,000 film clips catalog with a platform that has 1.2 billion videos viewed per month, offering exposure to a vast worldwide audience,” said Oren Nauman, CEO of AnyClip. “We look forward to expanding our relationship with Dailymotion in the coming months to include even more great content for entertainment enthusiasts to enjoy. This is only the beginning of our strategy to bring fully licensed film content to distribution partners all over the Internet.”
AnyClip enables users to find any moment from any movie in its database. Its technology and innovative user experience allows consumers to relive their favorite moments from their favorite movies.
Dailymotion has 114 million unique visitors generating over 1.2 billion video views every month according to Comscore. It is ranked the 29th most visited website in the world.
“Given our shared dedication to enhancing the online video experience, our partnership with AnyClip makes perfect sense,” said Roland Hamilton, managing director of Dailymotion USA. “AnyClip’s intelligent tagging technology will give us better insight into our viewers’ behavior, while also allowing users to watch and search for their favorite movie moments, enriching their overall Dailymotion experience.”
Anyclip was founded in 2007.