OKAST.TV teams with Fiverr for freelance expert pool for operators

OTT TV and FAST technology outfit OKAST.TV has teamed up with Fiverr, a marketplace for professional freelance services, to launch OKAST Circle, a customer insight community that aims to provide all resources OKAST customers need, to deliver OTT and FAST offerings, including technology development, consultancy, training, special events, content production and co-production and lobbying.

OKAST.TV customers can access to two ‘circles’: the ‘inner’ circle, gathering key consultants and industry executives bringing their network and experience; and the ‘outer’ circle, built with Fiverr, proposing a cherry-picked pool of trusted experts with the skills needed to operate and boost a video business.

Fiverr’s platform provides access to a talent pool of freelancers with specialized skills, allowing companies to find experts for their specific needs.

Cedric Monnier

OKAST.TV said the partnership with Fiverr further solidifies its commitment to providing comprehensive support and resources to their customers, enabling them to excel in the competitive OTT and FAST channels market.

The first inner-circle partners will be announced at the IBC show in Amsterdam.

“Partnering with OKAST.TV was a natural choice to create a seamless and end-to-end experience for Content Creators. By combining the strengths of OKAST.TVand Fiverr’s thriving talent community of freelancers, OTT platforms can better realize their full potential. This collaboration empowers Content Creators with a wide range of specialized skills and expertise, enabling them to deliver exceptional content to their audiences with greater ease and efficiency,” said Franck Thomas, France country manager, Fiverr.

“OKAST Circle is a new step in our strategy to leverage all our resources, and the one of our customers, to empower a great audio/video business when launching OTT platforms and FAST channels. We’re people centric and the support of Fiverr network is a tremendous boost to our community,” said Cédric Monnier, co-founder and CEO, OKAST.

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