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Vubiquity teams up with Discover Digital for Zimbabwe deal

Amdocs-owned on-demand aggregator and technology outfit Vubiquity has struck a multi-year deal with payment platform Discover Digital to provide international and local content to service providers in Africa, kicking off with TelOne Digital Entertainment On Demand (DEOD) in Zimbabwe. The deal covers two tiers of subscription content on the Discover Digital Service – On Demand […]

Verizon taps Vubiquity for on-demand services deal

Verizon has selected Amdocs-owned Vubiquity to provide processing and packaging for its video-on-demand and pay-per-view portfolio across its Fios multiscreen platform. The managed services and technology deal builds on an existing content licensing component. Vubiquity will supplement Verizon’s collection of assets across existing and future formats – including 4K and High Dynamic Range. “Verizon remains […]

Turner extends VOD relationship with Vubiquity

Turner Broadcast has extended its relationship with Amdocs-owned on-demand specialist Vubiquity to act as the primary distributor of its on-demand content on North America. Vubiquity distributes TBS, TNT, Cartoon Network, CNN and other Turner networks to over 60 million households across North America. As part of this new deal, Vubiquity will be the premium content […]

ThinkAnalytics appoints former Vubiquity exec as CEO

TV search and recommendation specialist ThinkAnalytics has appointed former Vubiquity executive Gabriel Berger as CEO. Berger has more than 20 years’ experience in the media and broadcast technology sector, most recently as executive vice president of sales and operations at Vubiquity prior to its sale to Amdocs. Before that he was senior vice-president of sales […]

Amdocs agrees to buy Vubiquity for US$224 million

Amdocs has agreed to buy content services and technology provider Vubiquity for a cash price of roughly US$224 million. Amdocs, a software and services provider for media and communications firms, said that deal will enhance its ability to offer “enriched customer experience” – including end-to-end solutions. “This acquisition uniquely positions Amdocs at the centre of […]

Sky extends digital supply chain deal with Vubiquity

UK operator Sky has signed a new multi-year deal with Vubiquity, which will continue to supply Sky’s content to catch-up and on-demand services in the UK. Vubiquity has managed this content supply chain for Sky since 2012, making sure that Sky’s digital content is delivered to wholesale customers including Virgin Media, TalkTalk and BT. The company […]

Tele Columbus to launch VoD service

German cable operator Tele Columbus is to launch a transactional video-on-demand service in partnership with Tele München Group and Vubiquity joint-venture On Demand Deutschland. The deal with On Demand Deutshland will give Tele Columbus access to Hollywood blockbusters and independent films on a day-and-date basis with their BluRay or DVD release data. The Tele Columbus […]

FlixFling taps Vubiquity for OTT offering

OTT subscription and transactional video-on-demand service FlixFling has turned to on-demand aggregator Vubiquity to provide access to its AnyVU Content Cloud to FlixFling users. FlixFling offers the ability to rent, purchase, or subscribe to watch movies and television shows on the FlixFling App available on Smart TVs, OTT boxes and devices, applications running iOS, Android […]

Vubiquity secures Awesomeness TV content for SVoD

On-demand content aggregator Vubiquity has signed a deal with DreamWorks and Hearst-backed Animation-backed multichannel network AwesomenessTV to secure youth-focused content for subscription video-on-demand distribution in the Middle East, Africa, South Eastern Europe and Latin America excluding Brazil. According to Vubiquity, the deal significantly extends its content portfolio to include more next-generation and genre-specific programmes for […]

Vubiquity to launch electronic sell-through product

Video-on-demand aggregator Vubiquity is planning to launch a retail product that will allow consumers to buy digital content, initially movies, in high-street retail outlets in multiple markets. Vubiquity said it is discussion with multiple retailers in a number of different territories about the plan, which would mark its first move into the retail digital space. […]