Amsterdam, 2 July 2017—Omroep Brabant has joined Scrollytelling as their latest subscriber. This network‘s key figures are impressive: almost half a million tv-viewers per day and more than 600.000 website/app visitors per day. They will use Scrollytelling as a background journalism tool. When viewing or reading an item, people are directed to scrollytellings when they would like to learn more. The medium has already been succesfully used to provide background for breaking news and current events.

The largest province of The Netherlands also has the largest regional television network. Their reach rivals national media and engagement with the audience is incredibly high. Their mission: connecting Brabanders with Brabant. Objective, trustworthy and with the times, informing and empowering residents. With Scrollytelling, they have added a great way to offer background to viewers. They can enjoy the stories on the Scrollytelling platform during the broadcast, or at any point after publication. Scrollytellings work across all devices and are based on open and accessible internet standards.

Omroep Brabant chooses to include HD video content in most of their stories, in addition to great photography and writing. Audio is always present as well. It all comes with the standard Scrollytelling features: full encryption, automatic transcoding of media formats, and a worldwide content delivery network. In short, they use Scrollytelling to the max. 🙌

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About Scrollytelling

Scrollytelling enables storytellers to create online stories. We do this using our Software-as-a-Service which is offered in the form of a subscription. To our customers, we offer unprovoked editorial feedback, ensuring all stories are told in the most appealing way.

The company launched in January 2016. Its founders Martijn van Tol and Joost Baaij are an unstoppable internet storytelling engine. Or a tank, maybe. Since launch, they have reached over 3 million souls worldwide. On average, one story is created every day. Most stories have images, words and video and a great many have background audio tracks too. The only limit is in the imagination of the storyteller. Visit the contact page if you want to reach out to us.