Nobelprize.org launches new Media Player
3 April, 2008
Since their inception, Nobelprize.org and Nobel Media have had exclusive access to all the events surrounding the prestigious annual Nobel Prizes. Now, visitors to Nobelprize.org will be able to freely and conveniently view this unique archive of content with the new Nobelprize.org Media Player.
More than one hundred hours-worth of video and audio content from the archives of Nobelprize.org and Nobel Media are featured in the Media Player. The Nobelprize.org Media Player showcases unique video interviews, lectures and speeches from Laureates, including amongst many others Desmond Tutu, Al Gore, John Nash and Doris Lessing. Visitors will also be able to relive the moments that the Prizes are announced and awarded, and also witness the extraordinary Nobel Banquet.
"To meet the increasing interest in our video and audio footage, the Media Player provides visitors to Nobelprize.org with an easy entry point to the wealth of material we provide. Not only will visitors be able to see related videos, they can also view our editors' recommendations and visitors' top-rated videos," said Alf A. Lindberg, CEO of Nobel Web, the organisation that is responsible for Nobelprize.org.
"The web gives visitors a possibility to watch TV programmes when it suits them, which is a great advantage compared to distribution on satellite or terrestrial TV networks. With the new Media Player we highlight Nobel-related TV programming on the site and increase visibility and accessibility to the programs over a longer period of time," said Camilla Hyltén-Cavallius, CEO of Nobel Media.
The Media Player is presented with the support of EDS, Nobel Web's Global Technology Services Partner.
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About Nobel Web AB
Nobel Web AB is responsible for Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Foundation. Nobelprize.org acts as the online gateway to the Nobel Foundation's activities and hosts a unique collection of archival material on all Nobel Prizes from their inception in 1901 to the present day. Currently receiving well over 35 million visitors a year, Nobelprize.org aims to be the best source of information and educational materials related to the Nobel Prizes, and the site offers audio and video interviews, articles and interactive games alongside coverage of Nobel Prize Announcements and the Award Ceremonies. Building on this deep base of resources focused around every individual Nobel Prize, Nobelprize.org aims to offer extra levels of understanding, affording visitors a larger view of the history of science and exhibiting each Prize within its broader context.
About Nobel Media AB
Nobel Media AB is the media company that owns, produces and develops new media rights connected with the Nobel Prize. Its main objectives are to develop Nobel related programming through the Nobel Prize Series, increase international distribution through traditional as well as new media formats, and publish Nobel related materials. In addition, Nobel Media produces the Nobel Prize Concert, an annual event of the highest international standards.
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