Academy for Live and Recorded Arts Chooses Ipercast for Web TV Launch
London, England(26 Apr 2012)
14th May 2012, sees ALRA (The Academy for Live and Recorded Arts) Launch web tv using the Ipercast PlatformIt will be available on their website, both as scheduled and on-demand content, giving a fabulous opportunity to showcase students work.
ALRA one of the UK's leading acting and drama schools, has chosen Ipercast UK to launch its web TV.
This is a unique venture and will provide unrivalled access to information, show-reels, films, blogs, live interviews and workshops, student made soaps and much more!
Ipercasts UK Country Manager, Marina Sirotkin said "It will enable ALRA to engage with audiences around the world and to monetise content via advertising or pay per view."
Anthony Critchley, web services manager at ALRA, said "For us this is an inexpensive way of broadcasting what we do."
ALRA chose IpercastUK due to the simplicity of their interface, revolutionary software and outstanding backend support.
ipercast delivers modular as well as tailored solutions enabling content owners to stream and monetise content across all platforms, worldwide. The company has attracted partnerships with clients as diverse as ALRA, Apple, Channel4, FC InterMilan, Quipu.TV, Camden Theatre Group, Absolute Radio, The School for Deaf, I-music, Universal Music and The St Petersburg International Legal Forum.
ALRA aims to equip actors and theatre technicians with those skills fundamental to a productive and creative life in the performance industries.
ALRA is dedicated to helping students of all backgrounds and ages to enter the world of live and recorded arts.
ALRA has a distinguished record of producing professionals prepared and ready to work.