Amogo Networx to launch FAST channels with WurlThursday, July 14th, 2022
Wurl to Power Amogo Networx’s Launch of FAST Channels in US, EU and Latin America
PALO ALTO, Calif. — Wurl, the world leader in powering streaming TV, today announced its agreement with Amogo Networx, a global film network, to launch the company’s new, Free Ad Supported TV (FAST) channels across various CTV platforms including SamsungTV, LG, RakutenTV and Roku. The Wurl-powered FAST channels will distribute and monetize Amogo Networx’s programming across the United States, the European Union and Latin America in six total languages.
“Amogo Networx’s growth from a YouTube channel to a full on movie channel is a wonderful case study in the possibilities when content creation and delivery of content over the internet meet,” said Wurl’s Chief Operating Officer, Sean Doherty, Jr. “Partnering to deliver Amogo’s FAST channels will be another stone in the yellow brick road to our destination: the democratization of access to content through ad supported platforms.”
What Amogo Networx Audiences Can Expect
Based in Germany, Amogo Networx originally began building its suite of branded content on YouTube, building its audience to over 3.5 million subscribers, with 1 billion movie views per year. Channels under their umbrella include “Grjngo”, “Bjgtjme Movies”, the financial and economic documentary channel “Moconomy”, as well as “Artflix”, a movie channel for classic movies and series whose unique selling proposition is the in-house colorization of black & white movies.
“We’ve been incredibly proud of our traction in the space, something we’ve achieved fairly rapidly, thanks to our programming and audience development strategies,” said Amogo executive Peter von Ondarza. “Our partnership with Wurl marks a turning point as we expand globally and there is no better partner, as we launch our much anticipated FAST channels, to take us to the next level.”
Links: Wurl; Amogo Networx
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