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INSINC is a new media company, uniquely positioned to take advantage of the rapidly expanding broadband online video market. The company offers an enabling platform, with proprietary software tools for broadcasting video over the Internet. INSINC is the market leader in online video delivery in Canada and is known for innovation and for the ability to deliver solutions that fully meet the needs of its customers.

Our Internet communication solutions are designed to help clients improve communications, increase efficiencies and reduce costs. INSINCís core business is to enable content owners to provide live and archived video content to audiences online with integrated pay-per-view and commerce transaction processing, delivered to geographically dispersed audiences.

The complex requirements for capturing, storing and delivering real-time audio and video on the Internet present implementation hurdles for most organizations. The INSINC platform improves the communication process between organizations and their customers, employees, suppliers and shareholders. The company continues to enhance its position in the marketplace through the integration of advanced communication applications.

In partnership with our clients, INSINC is pursuing a valuable opportunity, delivering content to previously un-served and underserved viewers. Our clients include: World Junior Hockey Championship, Western Hockey League, Ontario Hockey League, TVG Networks, British Columbia Hockey League, TSN, Hockey Canada, Canadian Soccer Association, Canadian Football League (CFL), Rogers Sportsnet, GOLTV, TEAM 1040, CTV, Business News Network (BNN), CHUM, Banff Television Festival, The BEAT-FM, Get Connected, Black Press, The Canadian Press, Orato, BC Ministry of Education, Peace River and Vernon School Districts, BCE Leadership Council, Canadian Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education (CLE), Council of Ministers of Education, Canada, BC Legislature, Royal Canadian Mint, City of Vancouver, Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, Bank of Montreal, Altamira, Globe and Mail.