Canada’s Blue Ant Media has launched its FAST (free ad-supported streaming television) channel, HauntTV, on The Roku Channel in the US.
Vuulr, an online marketplace that connects content buyers and distributors from around the world, facilitated the sale of more than 2,000 hours in Q3.
Vuulr, the global online content marketplace for film and TV rights that connects buyers and distributors worldwide, has announced it is now selling annualised 10,000 hours of content based on Q3 2021 results to date as usage of the platform continues to accelerate.
In spite of the Covid-19 pandemic, companies have been tapping their intellectual property (IP) to grow, with many using Singapore as a base to manage their intangible assets
The online content marketplace — where deals take an average of 10.5 days to complete — just unveiled a new tool to help distributors feature their shows or movies
Singapore-based online content marketplace Vuulr has added more than 1,000 hours of programming from the US, Canada, the Netherlands and the Czech Republic to its platform.
Vuulr CEO Ian McKee on why this is a watershed moment for the way the content industry operates.
Vuulr will host “Content Market Live!,” an event for which the first three major companies, Latin American communications company, Globo, television studio Legendary Television, and SPI International will participate as sellers.
Gusto Worldwide Media closed a content deal with global content marketplace Vuulr for more than 500 hours of premium culinary and lifestyle programming.
Fast, diverse and global – these are the key takeaways from a deep dive into the numbers behind Vuulr.
C21Media has partnered with Vuulr for the launch of its first transactional virtual content market event, Content Market LIVE!, which will take place on August 6, allowing buyers to offer, negotiate and acquire content immediately.
Online programme sales platform Vuulr has appointed producer Ben Lock to oversee global partnerships.
Even before the cancellation of traditional physical markets, online content rights marketplaces had become attractive alternatives for new producers who lacked a strong track history of programme making.
DISCOP organizers have selected Vuulr, the B2B content rights marketplace, to power DISCOP Club, a new digital destination for African content producers to expand their sales across Africa and internationally.
Online content marketplace Vuulr has added more than 2,400 hours of drama and feature film content from Israeli distributor Dori Media Group to its offering.
The coronavirus crisis marks a watershed for the TV content rights business, spelling the strong decline of big, exclusive deals
Online content marketplace Vuulr had added the catalogue of Colombian broadcaster Caracol Television to its offering.
Online content marketplace Vuulr has added more than 50 titles from Mexican broadcaster Televisa to its platform.
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Online programme sales platform Vuulr has added a raft of executives to its ranks as part of it’s global roll-out, including the addition of former Disney acquisition executive.
Singapore-based online content marketplace Vuulr has brought in a former Disney executive amidst a clutch of new hires as its international expansion continues.
Paris-based producer-distributor ZED has launched two flagship programs and secured a number of sales.
News roundup: CNN does Vuulr deal; CuriosityStream breaks records; OCS joins Prime France; Zed sells disaster docs
France-based producer and distributer ZED has completed production on two new documentaries examining devastating environmental issues.
The global online content marketplace Vuulr had added more than 10,000 hours of programming from IndiaCast Media Distribution.
With the traditional event calendar thrown into disarray as the impact of Coronavirus hits, we ask whether digital platforms might provide an answer to distributors concerns.
When the ability to do things the traditional way is removed, it could be the impetus for the industry to accelerate its movement towards doing (deals) online.
The founder of online programme sales platform Vuulr Ian Mckee tells Tim Dams about the Singapore-based business’ plan to cut the cost, time and complexity of buying and selling content.
Ian Mckee, CEO of online content marketplace Vuulr, gives his take on this week’s NAPTE market in Miami.
Online programme sales platform Vuulr has rolled out internationally after launching across Asia in January 2019.
Singapore-based Vuulr, an online content marketplace for film and TV rights, is expanding from regional to global operations.
NATPE: Singapore-based is rolling out its online content marketplace internationally to allow buyers worldwide to acquire film and TV rights directly from distributors and owners.