DroneLife, JobforDrones, and DroneRacingLife, a family of sites focused on the UAS industry, today announced a partnership with AirVuz, a provider of drone video content. The three sites will publish stories based on original and curated video content provided by AirVuz.
“We are excited to be partnering with AirVuz. AirVuz has created the leading online platform dedicated to the producers and consumers of drone video content, including a number of original programming concepts,” said Harry McNabb, CMO of the three drone based sites. ”Under the partnership with AirVuz, we will be able to provide our readers with stories and features incorporating some of the most exciting drone video content anywhere. We view this as a winning situation for all involved: our readers get highly relevant content; and AirVuz will benefit from the exposure to the large audiences on the three sites.”
“Airvuz is pleased to be partnering with these leading drone sites to carry stories and features based on our original programming and curated video content,” said Mike Israel, founder and CEO of AirVuz. As a site based on visual media, it made sense to us to work with this leading family of text-based sites to create stories and features based on video content from the AirVuz site.
AirVuz is the largest online community for sharing and viewing video content captured by drone pilots and aerial videographers from around the world. The site features user-generated drone videos as well as related content produced by AirVuz. AirVuz is currently ranked in the world’s top 30,000 websites according to Alexa, making it the highest ranked drone-focused site not affiliated with a drone manufacturer. Founded in late 2015 and privately-held, AirVuz is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
DroneLife is the authorative web site for drone news and services. The three year old company has a readership of over 1.5 million readers in 2016 with a growth year over year of over 26%. Readership to date in 2017 has grown over 40%. DroneLife with its partners provides an eco-system of marketing, financing and services focused on Drones. DroneLife has a growing social media presence with an audience of over 52,000 Facebook and 21,000 Twitter audiences.
JobforDrones is a leading drone network that matches jobs with local providers in the US and Worldwide.
DroneRacingLife provides news and information on the emerging drone racing market, with news and interviews focused on Drone Racing. DroneRacingLife was first published in mid-2016.