Qello is a cloud-based digital syndication service that streams HD quality content to hundreds of millions of users from the largest library of concert films in the world.
Qello provides music lovers with a sleek and carefully curated application to stream and watch long-form concerts and music documentaries on demand, in high definition, across multiple touch points, including mobile phones, tablets, Smart TVs, and the web.
The company has recent announced that it will be teaming up with EMI Music to further expanding its extensive library of content, and also that it will bring its mobile app, which is already on the iPhone and Android, to the Windows Phone platform, on Nokiaâ€™s Lumia 800 and 900 handsets.
The deal with EMI Music expands the Qello vault, which already houses the largest library of HDconcert films in the world, with masterfully produced HD concerts from leading artists, such as Coldplay, Gorillaz, Norah Jones, Radiohead, 30 Seconds to Mars, Robbie Williams, Ben Harper,Daft Punk, and many more.
Qello said their app will soon be one of the premier apps on the new Microsoft powered Nokia Lumia 800 and 900 mobile phones.
Dominic Pandiscia, Executive Vice President Commercial & Revenue Development, EMI Music North America commented, "Qello is an exciting new application which provides music fans another way to connect with the artists they love. We’re looking forward to working with them to grow the long-form video streaming market further."
Qello’s free download is loaded with one track from every show as well as Qello TV, a continuous stream of concert footage. For those who want access to watch every concert in the entire vault, from the open to the encore, Qello offers an All-Access unlimited subscription for $4.99 a month.
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