Washington Post Inks Exclusive Deal to Distribute PostTV in Europe, LatAm
AMSTERDAM and WASHINGTON, D.C, June 3, 2014 (ADOTAS) – Online video news network Zoomin.TV announced today an exclusive license agreement with The Washington Post for the content of its digital video channel, PostTV. The partnership makes Zoomin.TV the first and only digital platform in Europe and Latin America that can deliver video produced by The Washington Post and translated to information sites online.
According to Socialblade.com, over the last 6 months, Zoomin.TV has elevated through the ranks of Top 100 YouTube Networks to #14. This partnership allows for the network to increase its editorial content and provide Post.TV/The Washington Post with an even greater digital reach.
PostTV will grant licensing to a single partner in each country due to the exclusive nature of the agreement.
About The Washington Post
The Washington Post provides award-winning news and understanding about the politics, policies, personalities and institutions that make Washington, D.C. the world’s seat of power, and is a critical tool and information source for those who call Washington, D.C. home. The Washington Post launched its video initiative last summer and expanded its in-house production studio in January of this year. The Washington Post is owned by Nash Holdings LLC, a personal investment firm owned by Jeffrey P. Bezos.
Europe’s No. 1 Online Video News Network, Zoomin.TV is a multinational company headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It is active in 14 markets with content production and 26 markets with online advertising sales, and operates 1,650 websites, generating more than 110 million unique visitors per month. Zoomin.TV also has offices in Brussels, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Milan, London, Toronto, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires.
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