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Wotif To Feature PREVU Rich Media

Wotif To Feature PREVU Rich Media.

PREVU are pleased to announce that they will shortly be delivering streaming video content to the Wotif group of websites (starting with, to be followed by,, and and all portals operated by Asia Web Direct (HK) Limited).

Wotif is one of Australasia’s leading travel portals and the agreement to offer PREVU services is a huge boost to the hotels working with PREVU. Jake Morgan, PREVU’s Australian Manager said “ I anticipate this agreement will provide our hotel client base with a consolidated return on their rich-media investment”.

Wotif’s CEO Robbie Cooke said, “Wotif is very pleased to announce an alliance with PREVU to deliver streaming video media to our hotel detail pages. Rich-media video content is recognised as an increasingly important component of the online presentation, and Wotif is delighted to now be able to offer this functionality to our hotel suppliers”.

About the PREVU Corporation

Since its beginnings in 1992 the business has grown into Asia Pacific’s largest multimedia specialist providing online media solutions for travel industry customers around the globe. PREVU Corporation specialises in enhancing websites with the use of its multimedia products. Its extensive global distribution arm offers tourism operators a unique one stop solution for production, hosting and distribution services.

About WOTIF sells accommodation online in more than 40 countries. Their great rates, broad accommodation range, easy-to-use site and 24/7 Customer Service Centre have made them the most popular way for business and leisure travellers in Australia and New Zealand to book accommodation online. Every month their site attracts 2.75 million visits, with customers making more than 170,000 bookings through a 28-day booking window.
Wotif launched in Brisbane, Australia, in March 2000 and now have offices in Canada, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom to support their growing international presence. (information from the


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