ContentBridge, a provider of innovative digital supply chain solutions to the content industry, has added Vision Films to its rapidly expanding client base.
The announcement was made by ContentBridge COO Doug Reinart. The last few years have seen ContentBridge quickly lead the way in providing major studios and independent distributors and content aggregators with a cost-effective way to manage, transform and deliver their media and metadata to numerous outlets around the world, including DirecTV, AT&T, iTunes, Amazon, Netflix, and Google.
“We’re extremely pleased to provide our ContentBridge software and service to Vision Films, a prolific film sales and distribution company that releases 8 to 10 titles each month to over 20 platforms,” says Reinart. “This further validates our ability to deliver best-in-class digital supply chain solutions to content owners through a “Software as a Service” model. ContentBridge is flexible enough to allow Vision to do as much as they want in terms of managing the distribution of their content to a growing network of digital retailers and television destinations without major hardware investments or the burden of maintaining adherence to ever changing delivery requirements. Vision Films can feel confident in their supply chain operations, and focus their attention on what they do best – identifying, acquiring, marketing, and distributing compelling content.”
Lise Romanoff, Vision Films’ Managing Director and CEO of Worldwide Distribution, states, “This year our client base of VoD services grew, each of the platforms require different digital delivery master and metadata formats, and now ContentBridge’s technology makes it easy for us to quality check, manage and deliver our assets to all of the platforms at the same time.”
In business for over 23 years, Sherman Oaks, California based Vision Films is a worldwide distributor of over 800 independent feature films, tv movies, documentaries and music specials, and manages all available rights from Theatrical, Video/DVD/Blu-ray, Television and VoD/Digital Media rights to both the international and domestic marketplaces. In the USA, Vision Films distributes programming to all the Cable TV and Digital Platforms such as iNDemand (Comcast, Cox, Time Warner, Brighthouse), Dish, DirecTV, Vubiquity (AT&T, Verizon and various MSOs), Amazon, iTune, XBox, Playstation, Vimeo, Vudu, Netflix, Hulu, Vutopia, Snag Films, You Tube/Google and more. In Canada, Vision’s programming goes out to Shaw, Rogers, Telus, and Cogeco. Vision’s DVD label is serviced through Millennium Services.