Vubiquity to power VOD stores at Partner TV in IsraelThursday, May 7th, 2020
Amdocs Media’s Vubiquity and Partner Communications in Strategic Partnership for Partner TV
- Expansion on existing collaboration to focus on content, media technology and innovation
ST. LOUIS — Vubiquity, part of the Amdocs (NASDAQ: DOX) Media division, and one of the leading global providers of premium content services and media technology solutions, today announced that Partner TV, one of the fastest growing TV services in Israel and part of Partner Communications (NASDAQ, TASE:PTNR), is expanding its partnership with Vubiquity. The parties will work together to introduce new products and solutions around media innovation and content, such as Video-on-Demand (VoD), linear and third-party.
As part of the expanded partnering, Vubiquity will power Partner TV’s VoD store with premium Electronic Sell-Through (EST) titles and will continue to provide the best content library for its Transactional Video-on-Demand (TVoD) store. Vubiquity will also handle the end-to-end processing of Partner TV’s entire on-demand content library, including local suppliers, global studios and distributors, thus expanding overall content variety.
Isaac Benbenisti, CEO of Partner Communications, said: “We are proud to strengthen our partnership with Vubiquity, whose expertise in the global content market continues to provide our customers with a cutting-edge experience, as well as support Partner TV’s business model in content monetization. As the global media market evolves, we are confident our partnership with Amdocs Media’s Vubiquity will continue to be a major part of the value we provide to our customers.”
Darcy Antonellis, Head of Amdocs Media, said: “Partner TV is a global leader in innovation and user experience. As a pioneering super aggregator, Partner TV is an ideal partner in the changing TV and OTT market. Combined with Vubiquity’s industry-leading media technology and extensive partner ecosystem, we look forward to working more closely with Partner TV to bring a best-in-class experience to Israeli TV viewers.”
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