Cory Trepanier chooses Vuierā€™s pay-per-view video platform to monetize his videos

Artist, filmmaker and adventurer Cory Trepanier is successfully using Vuierā€™s pay-per-stream online video player to monetize his videos.

Online PR News – 09-January-2013 – Play del Rey, California – In Trepanier ā€˜s film Into the Arctic II he spent seven weeks filming his documentary in the high North. Into the Arctic II documents Cory painting inspiring views of the arctic while he travels the high North. The film is currently airing in Canada, France, Taiwain and New Zealand.

Trepanier chose VuierĀ® as his e-commerce video player to showcase his films on his site . VuierĀ® is a pay-per-stream video player that empowers filmmakers to set their own price for their videos and sell the stream directly to their online community of fans and supporters. Cory Trepanier understands how Vuier works. He understands that Vuier is not a destination site for end users to discover his great content. He has a great website where his passionate online community discovers his great content, including his films embedded via Vuier.

VuierĀ® Co-Founder Mark Rybarczyk explains, ā€œVuierĀ® empowers content creators like Cory by providing them with a tool that enables their followers to support them with real money. Unlike sites such as YouTube, content creators have the flexibility to set their own price per stream on their best content and sell direct to their online community. In turn the creator receives the majority of the profits back to themselves.ā€

VuierĀ® was started in 2011 by Co-Founders Brick Rucker and Mark Rybarczyk and is based in Playa Del Rey, California. The two entrepreneurs have created a simple to use online video platform that empowers video content creators to self-distribute and sell their video streams directly to their supporters.