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Telefónica returns to Grey Juice Lab for Movistar Video

Telefónica returns to Grey Juice Lab for Movistar Video

Telefónica returns to Grey Juice Lab for Movistar Video

Telefonica has again chosen Grey Juice Lab to provide content and services for its Movistar Video service in Colombia.

Grey Juice Lab has worked closely with Telefonica to identify and define the best content for the new TVOD service and will provide the regional operator with more than 400 new titles a year. Grey Juice Lab is also providing Telefonica with a range of premium content services for Movistar Video, including content processing and delivery, subtitle and metadata creation, content programming and marketing.

“Telefónica has been working with the Grey Juice Lab team for a long time and they have proven their expertise in the creation and operation of On Demand services,” says Julián Rodriguez Montero from Telefónica. “The launching of this new rental service has risen the bar for innovation to our clients and Grey Juice Lab has been the perfect partner to help us do so, thanks to its experience in this market.”

 

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