Digital media services firm RR Media has expanded its video-on-demand platform population services, adding seven VoD platforms capable of populating a range of VoD libraries.
The new multi-country and multi-region VoD platforms are Google Play, BT Vision, TalkTalk’s Blinkbox TV, Amazon Prime Video, British Airways’ on demand entertainment system, Curzon Home Cinema and Wuaki.tv.
“In the evolving world of OTT, VoD and SVoD, RR Media continues to lead the way for platform population. RR Media manages the full content life cycle from capture to multiple standards to localisation and seamless delivery to each and every platform, both now and in the future,” said RR Media Europe’s managing director, Simon Kay.
RR Media’s VoD platform population services are run from the company’s recently opened London facility, which serves a global customer base. The seven new VoD platforms add to the more than 100 VoD platforms on which RR Media is already populating content for its customers.
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