Frame Media Launched +FrameChannel for the Digital Home

  • Posted on: 30 March 2009
  • By: chw staff

+FrameChannel is a new service from Frame Media, Inc, an Internet platform for emerging devices in the "connected home," launches +FrameChannel as an easy way to syndicate content onto the FrameChannel platform. Through +FrameChannel, content owners will reach multiple connected devices such as wireless digital photo frames, HD media players, "photo" routers and soon, the connected printer, connected kitchen calendar and connected TVs from leading manufacturers including Kodak, Samsung, D-link, Roku and ViewSonic.
FrameChannel's sleek Web interface is easily configured to enable personalized content to appear on top-selling devices like wireless digital photo frames, allowing users to combine albums from photo-sharing sites with updates from social networking sites, as well as personalized information such as local weather forecasts, news, sports, traffic, horoscopes, and celebrity gossip.

"In today's savvy media environment, bloggers, news sources and content providers are all vying for their share of consumer attention. Through +FrameChannel, these sources can now include the 1st generation of connected devices to connect their content with readers, increasing circulation and viewership of their content," says Jennifer Sagalyn, Vice President of Content Partnerships at Frame Media. "With +FrameChannel, it is as easy as a mouse click to begin the process of making RSS-based content available to thousands of FrameChannel users."

About Frame Media:
Frame Media is the leader in content and tools for wireless digital picture frames and connected devices. Both its flagship product, FrameChannel, and its new commercial product, SignChannel, can be branded and customized to work with any Wi-Fi enabled photo frame or connected devices, transforming these devices into dynamic information appliances. With SignChannel or FrameChannel, a frame owner can program a unique stream of content that is updated dynamically, marrying their own photos or product/service information with advertising and fresh content from a library of hundreds of channels including news, sports, weather, traffic, stock quotes, horoscopes and imagery from leading photographic collections. The user selects the channels they are interested in, sets the rules for each channel and the frame updates continually with entertaining and informative content fed directly to their wireless frame or Internet connected media player.  For more information please visit