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Vubiquity selects Mediamorph & BeBanjo for AnyVU Cloud platform

Vubiquity, the largest global provider of multiplatform video services, has selected Mediamorph, creators of a revolutionary rights management solution for video service providers and digital retailers, and BeBanjo, a fully-owned subsidiary of Arkena and providers of award winning video-on-demand management software, as component vendors for its AnyVU Cloud platform.

Vubiquity’s AnyVU Cloud offers a broad set of modular services that include access to a deep library of licensed content, on-demand and linear delivery to set-top boxes and IP connected devices, and direct-to-subscriber streaming, as well as other next-generation video services. Built upon Vubiquity’s experience working with content owners, MVPDs and OTT players in 37 countries, the new platform opens up multiplatform video capabilities to any type of service provider.

Mediamorph Connect, a revolutionary product for video service operators and digital retailers, transforms the traditionally cumbersome process of managing the content rights and avails from studios, via spreadsheets and emails, to an automated flow of data through APIs. Vubiquity, an industry heavyweight in managing rights and avails, will utilize Connect to consolidate rights and avails data flowing from hundreds of content providers, and BeBanjo’s Movida product to schedule content for delivery to their video service provider clients around the globe. Movida will allow Vubiquity to improve both control and productivity within their non-linear scheduling team.

“Mediamorph Connect and BeBanjo Movida offer best in breed software products. We are excited about working with Vubiquity and providing them our tools,” says Michael Sid, Co-Founder and CEO of Mediamorph.

 

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