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Blockchain-enabled video entertainment marketplace, BitMovio, has expanded its launch content offer with over 500 hours of programming from companies including Arrow Storm Entertainment, Black Apple Talent, Elation Media, Forth Media and ImAirTV.
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BitMovio says that it is on a mission to disrupt the video entertainment industry's centralised content distribution and financing model, building a video community which connects ‘forward-thinking’ content creators with ‘passionate’ consumers through engaging stories. It believes that its decentralised and blockchain-enabled video streaming marketplace will enable fundamentally new ways for content creators to monetise their content and engage viewers, while involving audiences in the creative process.

The company closed its beta launch in September 2018 and each partner has been selected to bring unique free and paid content to the platform, some of which will be exclusive.

Black Apple Talent will offer content spanning an array of formats including feature films, episodics, documentaries, short films and digital series. Arrow Storm will showcase over 20 feature films, while Elation Media will offer 200 hours of body-mind content from its Elation TV catalogue. Fourth Media will provide live streaming performances, including musical acts, visual artists, performance artists, special events and comedians, in addition to behind-the-scenes interviews, contests, giveaways and Q&A sessions. ImAirTV will offer approximately 30 hours of aviation-related titles featuring a mix of unscripted series and event shows.

“We're quickly establishing the BitMovio marketplace with a robust catalogue of video content, which we'll be bringing to the public through an open beta in the coming months,” remarked BitMovio co-founder and CEO Simon Zhu. “Our newest partners set the bar for rich, engaging content, and we're looking forward to seeing how audiences respond.”