Netgem has agreed global deals with Wuaki and Hopster, offering the over-the-top services to telecoms operators as part of its network of channels and content.
With the agreements, consumers will be able to rent or buy films and TV shows through Wuaki.tv on a pay-as-you-go basis via Netgem’s telco TV offering.
The deal with kids OTT service Hopster marks an extension of its partnership with Netgem, which will now be able to supply the Hopster programme globally.
“By establishing international partnerships with world-class content owners like Wuaki.tv and Hopster, we are establishing a first class platform that enables telecoms providers to launch TV services with ease, and without the worry of having to source their own content partnerships, therefore drastically reducing their time and cost to launch a multiscreen HTML 5 service,” said Netgem Europe managing-director, Sylvain Thevenot.
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