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This is mobile TV!

The next generation white-label mobile TV solution.

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Great design & superb performance

We have worked hard to make the best end-to-end high performance mobile TV solution that is available in the market.
The next generation user interface works intuitive and is optimized for swipe and touch.
The cloud based backend of our platform assures a great performance around the world. Have a look at the video for an impression of Vinson.

Features

Easy implementation

Bringing a mobile TV application to market has never been this easy.
Our white-label solution is designed to make it easy to pick and choose the components that you want to see in your mobile TV app.

Customize your app by simply uploading your brand assets. We get you up and running in no time.

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Complete set of features

We know what makes a mobile TV app great! The last years we worked together with many broadcasters and distributors and we have collected much user feedback. Now with Vinson we have put all our learnings into one solution. A complete set of features is now available in our platform to make watching TV for your customer more entertaining, social and personal.

Features

Our clients

  • Warner Bros logo
  • N24 logo
  • Vodafone logo
  • Kabelnoord logo
  • VRT logo
  • VMMa logo
  • SBS Belgium logo
  • Telegraaf Media Groep logo

"Many companies can develop mobile video apps, but only a few companies in the world can deliver the experience that Stievie is. So we are delighted to partner with Vinson, and we look forward to innovate and grow together in this exciting new world of TV viewing."

Stephan Desmit, Team lead at Stievie

Above is a selection of clients who have embraced Vinson as their weapon-of-choice to present their content. Don't take our word for it but take a look at our cases page to view what other customers have to say.

Cases

Vinson usage statistics


Vinson solution overview

Usage statistics per march 2014