Fantag, developers of innovative video highlight technology, and Sinclair Broadcast Group announced a partnership to make instant video highlights available to fans through the Fantag app at the Thursday Night Lights and Friday Night Rivals football games this fall across the country.
Fantag, a pioneer in video highlight technology, today announced that its patented video technology will be used by Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills, California to significantly enhance the graduation experience for parents. The Sacramento-area high school will utilize one camera, positioned front-and-center, to record the graduation ceremony. Fantag then enables instant delivery of personalized highlights of each graduate directly to parents’ mobile phones.
Fantag, a pioneer in video highlight technology, today announced that legendary football player Steve Young and media industry executive Pat Talamantes have joined the company’s advisory team. The expansion of its advisors will help accelerate Fantag’s rapid growth in the sports media ecosystem while leveraging Young’s and Talamantes’ industry insights.
Sacramento-based smartphone video streaming app company Fantag has partnered with Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. to allow Fantag's users to make instant highlights of high school football games across the country.
Baltimore-based Sinclair (Nasdaq: SBGI) owns or operates 191 television stations in 89 markets.
Sacramento smartphone video streaming app company Fantag has signed a five-year agreement to be the official video highlight and instant replay provider for the governing body for high school sports in California.
Mobile video technology company Fantag has announced that it is partnering with Telestream on a video solution that enables fans to instantly capture, replay, and share moments from multiple angles with a tap on their mobile phones.