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Europe's Largest Online Video Producer and YouTube Multi-Channel Network Opens London Office

LONDON, September 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Zoomin.TV continues its global expansion with the opening of its Central London office, its first in the UK. Having already opened new offices in Paris, Madrid, Hamburg, San Paulo, and Miami this year, further offices will open in New York and India in the coming months. Zoomin.TV's rapid growth reflects its strong position within the expanding digital video content and advertising market.

London is strategically important for Zoomin.TV because it is where many of their major international partners are headquartered. The publishers to which Zoomin.TV supplies videos, the brands it creates content for, and the agencies it manages campaigns for are all found in London. This new office will increase the agility with which Zoomin.TV can both influence and respond to market needs.

Zoomin.TV's CEO Jan Riemens said: "We are delighted to be opening our new London office. It is vital for us to have a strong presence in the UK and it will be of huge benefit to Zoomin.TV and our partners as we continue to grow our business internationally."

For publishers, Zoomin.TV creates bespoke packages of high-quality video content across a wide range of categories including News, Entertainment, Sport, Music, Fashion, Games, and many more. Their global network of video journalists is producing over 400 videos per day in 14 languages. For content providers they deliver the widest possible distribution of videos through their partners to a global audience.

Through Zoomin.TV agencies and brands access media from the best of UK & international video content, both online and on mobile. Zoomin.TV in London also manages centralised planning to deliver maximum return on campaigns. Zoomin.TV blends packages with a range of exclusive, premium, volume and automated solutions and works with clients to find the best mix of behavioral, contextual or programmatic targeting.

Zoomin.TV also operate the largest European YouTube MCN (multi-channel network), delivering the best possible views and revenues for channel owners and advertisers in their network. The dynamic training program they are building develops and nurtures YouTube's hottest up and coming producers.

Notes to editors

About Zoomin.TV: Digital Video Content Production, Distribution and Monetisation 

Zoomin.TV enables users watch the news, and many more categories of content, whenever and wherever they want. Zoomin.TV is the largest producer of online video news in Europe. Zoomin.TV publishes around 400 news videos daily in 14 languages on more than 2000+ websites globally. Interacting with more than 171 million unique users annually, Zoomin.TV commercializes over 2.2 billion video impressions yearly.

Zoomin.TV produces much of its own content and receives content from more than 120 content providers worldwide. Zoomin.TV's content categories are: national news, international news, sports, film & music, gaming, finance, car, racing, crime, gadgets, fashion, and many more.

Zoomin.TV continues to expand its operations in Europe and beyond. http://corporate.zoomin.tv/ and http://www.zoomin.TV

For Further information please contact: 

Business Development: Sam Simmons, E-Mail: [email protected]  
Advertising Sales: Andrew Lindenmayer, E-Mail: [email protected]
MCN & Content Channel Development: Chris Matic, E-Mail: [email protected]

Zoomin.TV London
180-186 Kings Cross Road, London, WC1X 9DE, United Kingdom
T: +44(0)20-7193-9631

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