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To further strengthen its targeted millennial programming, Frequency has selected QYOU’s curated short-form video content to add to its cloud-based internet video platform.

queen sugar 7 june 2018Frequency offers a distribution platform for both traditional and next-generation content providers, such as Cheddar and Jukin Media.

QYOU’s content will be available globally via Frequency’s pay TV operators, including on set-top boxes, through TV everywhere experiences, and via IP apps; in the US and Europe it reaches over 30 million subscribers.

“Frequency has been pushing forward the distribution of premium digital first content for many years. The service’s partnerships with established pay-TV operators around the world, combined with their ability to help speed our creation, launch and data collection around custom channels and programming, makes this partnership another valuable addition to our growing global distribution,” said Curt Marvis, CEO and co-founder of QYOU.

Blair Harrison, Frequency CEO, added: “We are dedicated to expanding distribution reach and monetisation opportunities for top providers of premium digital content. Adding QYOU and its strong catalogue of international and localised content to our growing platform reinforces our commitment that Frequency is an essential partner for pay-TV and other video platform operators worldwide.”

The companies anticipate integrated content launches in the fourth quarter of 2018.