Customers across the entire entertainment ecosystem are leveraging Mediamorph’s Content Value Management (CVM) platform to drive innovation and accelerate growth
NEW YORK, NY (January 16, 2019)—Mediamorph, the leading Content Value Management (CVM) cloud platform powering the largest entertainment companies in the world, announced today it set a record pace of new customer acquisitions in 2018 that included content providers, broadcasters and operators. The company’s momentum reflects the growing need for a platform that orchestrates the 360° process bringing content value from provider to distributor to the connected consumer.
Mediamorph’s CVM tracks and accounts for over 2 trillion TVOD, SVOD and AVOD global transactions annually and manages approximately 20 million avails across content providers and distributors. Mediamorph now has all eight of the top eight Hollywood studios, sixteen of the top twenty broadcasters as well as the two largest global operators in the world on their customer roster. New deployments in 2018 included AT&T, PBS Distribution, A&E, Redbox, Ellation, Cinedigm, Turner, STX and VICE.
“Every organization must adopt best-in-class technology to survive and thrive in today’s rapidly changing media world,” said Rob Gardos, CEO of Mediamorph. “Mediamorph’s CVM platform drives greater accountability, flexibility and scalability to maximize revenues no matter where you sit in the entertainment landscape. This is an absolute must in a rapidly changing world with the increasing demands of the ‘anything, anywhere, anytime’ consumer.”
Mediamorph’s mission is to boost business performance and accelerate content value across the entertainment ecosystem. Our Content Value Management (CVM) platform orchestrates the 360° process that brings content value from provider to distributor to the connected consumer. With advanced analytics and real-time access to actionable data, our cloud-based software tracks trillions of transactions and billions of dollars annually to maximize media monetization. Mediamorph has become the industry standard for the business of content, empowering the world’s leading media and entertainment companies.