The news follows the launch of Flix Snip in Russia on the MegaFon and Rostelecom telecoms services.
Subscribers to Huawei Video in Spain and Italy can now access Flix Snip’s catalogue through the platform. The content, which ranges from drama and animation to comedy and horror, all comes with the promise of being under 20 minutes in length.
Content is localised and dubbed in Spanish and Italian.
Jaime Gonzalo, VP of Huawei Mobile Services in Europe said: “Flix Snip is a perfect fit for our Huawei Video service because it lets subscribers access high-quality, short-form content conveniently on the go.
“Our users want compelling short movies and series that they can dip in and out of. The Flix Snip service provides a huge range of content in a number of genres that meet the viewing requirements of our expanding mobile video platform.”
Sebastien Perioche, founder and CEO, Flix Snip added: “The way in which we consume content has changed dramatically. Viewers are more often watching video on their mobile devices and they want to access curated, premium content that’s congruent with their busy lifestyles at the touch of a finger.
“We are delighted to partner with Huawei and we look forward to announcing more content distribution deals around the world in the near future.”
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