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BeBanjo and Mediamorph Sign a Far Reaching Partnership Deal to Combine Their Respective Solutions into a Groundbreaking Solution for Teams Managing Video-on-Demand Services

BeBanjo and Mediamorph today announced a strategic partnership that combines the products of the two companies offering a complete workflow solution to teams managing video-on-demand services across multiple platforms, devices, networks, and countries.

“BeBanjo and Mediamorph’s products are very complimentary and share the same kind of customers” said Mike Sid, Founder of Mediamorph. “BeBanjo’s products focus on the editorial and operational aspects of on-demand businesses whereas Mediamorph focuses on the commercial and analytical aspects. The combined solution solves all of the workflow needs of teams delivering on-demand services.”

“Mediamorph’s solutions will become an integral part of the BeBanjo and TDF Media Services offerings and Mediamorph will incorporate BeBanjo in its product portfolio” said Bastian Manintveld, founder of BeBanjo. “BeBanjo and TDF Media Services will primarily focus on the European markets and Mediamorph on the US.”

About BeBanjo

BeBanjo is a software company focused on building the world best back-office for teams managing video-on-demand and catch-up services. BeBanjo was founded in 2008 by Bastian Manintveld and Jorge Gómez Sancha and is headquartered in Madrid, Spain. BeBanjo was acquired in 2011 by the TDF Group.

For more information: http://bebanjo.com

About the TDF Group

Working at the very heart of the digital revolution, TDF is developing a multi-format and multi-support terrestrial platform for managing and distributing audio, video and data content to all types of receivers. As a dedicated broadcaster and designer of telecom networks, TDF is positioned at the nexus of the new digital, mobile and multimedia technologies by using all means of transmission: terrestrial, IP, satellite, etc.

TDF Media Services provides state of the art technology and services for the management and delivery of audiovisual content any time, anywhere and on any device.

For more information: http://www.tdf-group.com/

About Mediamorph

Launched in 2008 and with offices in London, New York, and Los Angeles, Mediamorph is a leading global provider of cloud-based software and managed services. Mediamorph helps clients streamline the commercial reporting aspects of digital distribution and analyzing their information to improve efficiencies, lower costs, and increased profits. Mediamorph supports all media, distribution platforms, business models, content types and devices.

For more information: http://www.mediamorph.com

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