BT Vision upgrades VOD asset management

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BT Vision has seen its content library triple in size since 2009

UK telco BT has chosen Spanish company BeBanjo to help manage the video-on-demand library of its IPTV service ‘BT Vision’ across multiple platforms.

BeBanjo’s products will enable BT to manage and track asset rights, scheduling, metadata and the operational workflow of it’s IPTV service, which has seen a 300% increase in the amount of content it holds over the past three years.

The Madrid-based firm was founded in 2008 and acquired in 2011 by the TDF Group, becoming part of its Media Services business unit and providing multi-device end-to-end video solutions and management services to some of Europe’s biggest TV operators and broadcasters, including Telefónica, BSkyB and TV Numeric.

BT added 21,000 subscribers for its BT Vision service in the second quarter of this year to reach a total of 728,000 customers – fewer than the previous quarter, though the pace of additions is expected to pick up again once its new football-focused channel arrives next year.

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