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EZWebPlayer Announces White Label Service at Streaming Media East

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Moving into the enterprise space, low-priced video streaming company EZWebPlayer announced its White Label plan for big business today, and will show the new offering at Streaming Media East in New York City on Tuesday and Wednesday.

The While Label plan offers a further degree of professionalism for large companies with the addition of custom domain branding. Subscribers can create a custom domain for their video players, such as video.mysite.com.

As with the company's Pro plan, White Label offers 720p high-definition streaming, as well as unlimited video viewing, storage, transcoding, and bandwidth. EZWebPlayer uses Amazon S3 online storage.

White Label subscribers can also use the service for live video. They can stream unlimited live events to 75 viewers at a time at a lesser resolution (800 by 600 pixels).

The White Label plan is available for $99 per month or a yearly fee of $1,069.

"Domain Branding and sharing (video.mysite.com) is a professional necessity for companies serious about online video marketing," says EZWebPlayer's director of marketing, Richard Bouchez. "White Label puts your domain name on your videos for sharing -- not YouTube's name and logo or anyone else's."

Streaming Media East will take place at the New York Hilton on May 15 and 16. EZWebPlayer will be at booth 504.

May 16, 2012: Updated live event information.

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