Alteox develops streaming apps for Blackpills studioWednesday, October 5th, 2022
Alteox develops apps for BLACKPILLS
Alteox, the Luxembourg-based digital media, VOD and Smart TV App development company has developed several SVOD B2C and B2B2C applications for BLACKPILLS studio, an international producer and co-producer of premium, acclaimed original short-form series for young adults spanning genres such as fiction, animation, and documentary.
The products include an application for Amazon Fire TV, an HTML5 app for Linux’s operated STBs, an application for Android TV operated STBs, a lightning app for the Metrological Application Platform deployed on many Tier 1 operator STB, and several Smart TV apps.
BLACKPILLS also opted for Alteox’s Video-On-Demand streaming platform, for file encoding, DRM, and CDN streaming.
The apps will soon be integrated with several pay-TV platforms as well as available directly to consumers via Amazon Appstore, Samsung, and LG Smart TVs.
Commenting on the development, Sven Breckler, CEO of Alteox said: “We are thrilled to be appointed by another yet content owner as a strategic technical partner in the broader digital rollout of their video catalogue. We are confident that the new products and solutions we developed for BLACKPILLS, will help them to unlock new distribution and monetisation opportunities.”
Patrick Holzman, CEO of BLACKPILLS added: “Our series have already attracted millions of viewers around the world. Thanks to these new TV applications and the talent of the Alteox teams, young adults will discover new kinds of love stories without “cliches”, without too much puritanism, and above all much more self-love.”
Links: Alteox; blackpills
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