Truveo and Univision Interactive Media Partner to Bring Millions of Online Videos to U.S. Hispanics on Univision.com
San Francisco, CA . – Truveo and Univision Interactive Media, Inc. today announced that Truveo’s video search capabilities are now available on Univision.com, allowing users to search and browse the most comprehensive global index of videos.1 The partnership with Univision Interactive Media, Inc., the interactive division of Univision Communications Inc., the leading Spanish-language media company in the United States, provides integrated access to Truveo’s leading video search engine, http://www.truveo.com.
“For the first-time ever, our users can easily search and find Spanish-language videos worldwide,” said Kevin Conroy, President of Univision Interactive Media. “This partnership delivers a truly comprehensive video search experience that is tailor-made for our audience. It also exemplifies our ongoing commitment to providing U.S. Hispanics with the best possible web experience.”
“The Truveo video search platform allows us to provide Univision.com users access to the most comprehensive index of online video across the Web1,” said Pete Kocks, President of Truveo and Vice President of AOL. “This new partnership helps Univision Interactive Media enhance its network of sites with a powerful new video search tool, while giving Truveo an ideal way to reach the growing online Hispanic marketplace.”
Univision.com is leveraging Truveo’s APIs to provide users with an improved search experience and the ability to search for videos on both Univision.com and from across the Web, including user-generated content from YouTube, Dailymotion and others, as well as video from major media brands such as ABC, BBC, CNN, Disney and ESPN. In addition, Truveo’s APIs enable website owners to create applications with video search and discovery features that build on Truveo’s leading video search technology1 and extensive index of more than 400 million2 videos.
First launched in 2000, today Univision.com is the #1 most-visited Spanish-language website among U.S. Hispanics3 with more than 40 million visits, 395 million page views4 and over 13 million video streams last month.5 Additionally, more than two-thirds of Hispanic adults are online,6 with Internet penetration among Hispanics growing every year for the past five years.7
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