T3Media Inks Deal with PBR to Digitize Video Library
T3Media, Inc. (formerly Thought Equity Motion), a provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services, has signed an exclusive agreement with the Professional Bull Riders (PBR) organization. Under the agreement, T3Media will be digitizing PBR’s video library for global accessibility and licensing through www.t3licensing.com.
“Producers around the world can now license the best PBR rides and wrecks from current and past events into their productions,” said PBR President & COO Sean Gleason. “Now that our content has been digitized and ingested intoT3Media’s Footage Licensing site, advertising agencies as well as sports, TV, and film producers will be able to easily search, preview and download our gripping footage of world-class, professional riders—such as Ty Murray, Justin McBride, and Silvano Alves.”
The PBR Collection, available exclusively through www.t3licensing.com, features high-energy clips of professional bull riding. Every 8 second ride is a highlight, and every event delivers dozens of memorable moments. In addition to thrilling 8-second rides and jaw-dropping wrecks, there will also be behind-the-scenes competition footage as well as b-roll of fans, event cities, and arenas across the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, and Mexico. Not widely available before now, the unique, compelling, and engaging content amazes everyone who sees it. The Collection boasts HD content from the Built Ford Tough Series and the PBR Built Ford Tough World Finals.
“As one of the fastest-growing sports in the U.S., professional bull riding is a great addition to our vast sports offering,” said Kevin Schaff, CEO and founder of T3Media. “We are looking forward to leveraging our platform to increase the value of the PBR’s archive and open it up for on-demand licensing in our footage storefront. We have added rich metadata tags to the Collection and all clips are backed by full-length event broadcasts, so producers can quickly find specific moments within events and tailor the length of the content to fit their project.”