syn-di-cate (SIN di kayt) -cat-ed, -cat-ing v.t. 1. combine into or manage by a syndicate. 2. sell (an article etc.) for publication in many newspapers or magazines.
Last week we announced another first. This time we signed a deal with Telco Productions to syndicate three of their series shows through our TitanCast Platform: Animal Rescue, Missing, and Dog Tales. All great shows. All shows which, to be delivered over-the-web, need a technology like ours to get the job done.
With syndication deals now with Radar Entertainment and Telco (and several about to close) I figured now was as good a time as any to look up the definition of syndicate, or syndicated, or syndicating. At the top of this Blog is what Funk & Wagnalls said back in 1993 (how often do you get a new dictionary?). Apparently the concept of syndication is the same today as it was back in 1993, with one exception — the rules are being rewritten to include new platforms so the content can follow the consumer to the device of their choosing.