Interviews “Our target is to exceed half a million users by the end of the year”

Spanish video-on-demand company is now finding that making its service available on connected TVs has generated average revenues per user (ARPUs) around twenty times higher than those delivered by the PC, according to Josep Mitjà, company founder and COO.

In this interview with IP&TV News, Josep adds that the company is aiming to reach between 500,000 and 750,000 registered users by the end of 2012, and is looking at bringing the service to a number of other devices, including games consoles and tablets.

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