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Laola1

Laola1.at is an Austrian online sports news portal. Laola1 has its headquarters in Vienna, along with unas media (the company responsible for video production).

Laola1 is responsible for developments in mobile TV. In 2008 it became the “first made for mobile sports channel”, available via DVB-H in association with Vodafone live!, Orange and Hutchison 3G.[1]

According to reports, Laola1.at is the biggest sport portal in Austria on the basis of website hits and unique clients.[2]

Laola1.tv is the internet and mobile TV arm of the company which shows live sport coverage as well as highlights and background information.[3]

In 2011 LAOLA1.tv announced that it had produced the official VfB Stuttgart website, adding to other similar projects.[4]

Laola1.at and Laola1.tv are incorporated under the Sportsman media holding group.[5]

The Erste Bank ice hockey League announced record viewing figures in February 2011 both in the arena's and online. Stating one of the reasons for this being the cooperation between the league and their media partners LAOLA1.tv and ServusTV.[6]

Information

  • Company type: Limited Company
  • Founded: 2001
  • Headquarters: Vienna, Austria
  • Key people: Karl Wieseneder, Rainer Geier, Peter Rietzler
  • Industry: Media [7]

Notes

  1. ^ http://www.laola1.at/961.html
  2. ^ http://www.oewa.at/index.php?id=2
  3. ^ http://www.laola1.tv/
  4. ^ the sportsman media, the sportsman media.
  5. ^ http://www.unas.at/index.php?page=about
  6. ^ Erste Bank Ice Hockey League, 2,5-facher Medienwert in Free-TV und Internet.
  7. ^ http://www.laola1.at/961.html/
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