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Vubiquity Selects Mediamorph to Streamline Rights and Avails Management, and BeBanjo to Simplify Title Scheduling

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - June 10, 2014) - 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," said Michael Sid, Co-Founder and CEO of Mediamorph.

"BeBanjo and Mediamorph products are complementary. They are designed specifically to simplify the running of complex non-linear services, such as Vubiquity's. We are proud to have been selected by Vubiquity, to bring new efficiencies to their global operations," said François Chabat, CEO of BeBanjo.  

About Vubiquity

Vubiquity is the largest global provider of multiplatform video services and solutions, working closely with both content owners and service providers to meet consumers' evolving demands for anytime, anywhere access to content. Through our experience, expertise, cross-industry relationships and technology platforms, we help our customers more quickly and efficiently monetize opportunity in the areas of transactional, subscription, electronic sell-through and free on demand, linear content delivery, TV Everywhere, advanced advertising, and data services. For more information, please visit www.vubiquity.com and follow @Vubiquity on Twitter.

About Mediamorph

Mediamorph is a software-as-a-service (SaaS) company that provides data management, analytics and applications for managing digital distribution. We help Media and Entertainment companies to prosper in a rapidly changing environment. We do this through our industry leading cloud-based platform that collects rights, avails, performance and social data on an industry-wide scale. We then overlay that data with tools to automate operations, perform data analysis and optimize business results.

All major Hollywood studios, leading television networks and the largest video service operators use Mediamorph to better measure, understand and optimize their businesses.

Mediamorph's services include: Cross Platform Audience Measurement, Contracts and Rights Management, Accounting and Royalty Automation, and Social Data Dashboards.

For more information visit www.mediamorph.com

About BeBanjo

BeBanjo is a software company focused on building the world's best back-office tools for teams managing video-on-demand and catch-up services. BeBanjo is headquartered in Madrid, Spain. Since 2011, BeBanjo has been part of Arkena, a leading provider of media services.

BeBanjo's products deliver control and productivity, for teams managing the schedules, metadata and operational workflows of non-linear services. BeBanjo customers are broadcasters, content aggregators, licensors and platform operators; they include AMC Networks, BT Vision, Channel 5, Cirkus and Telefónica.

For more information visit http://bebanjo.com  

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