Saturday November 28, 2020

UPC signs new "on demand" content agreements

UPC has signed content licensing agreements with Warner Bros Home Entertainment and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment for its On Demand TV product.

8th November, 2012
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Of the 8 million views of UPC’s On Demand service to date, 45 per cent are views of the RTE Player and 3Player.

UPC has signed content licensing agreements with Warner Bros Home Entertainment and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment to provide new movie releases and a further library of catalogue titles to its On Demand TV product.

UPC already has content deals with Paramount, Sony Pictures, Disney and Universal. But home grown content appears to be one of the big winners on the new service, which is similar to products offered by competitors like Sky and Netflix.

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