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Wurl is working with the Law & Crime Network to deliver and monetise content to new platforms, including Samsung TV Plus.

wurl 15 aug 20191Law & Crime is an online streaming linear and OTT live trial network.“Wurl made the process of OTT distribution and monetisation simple. They took a lot off our plate so we could focus on what we do best, creating the content,” explained Andrew Eisbrouch, COO and general counsel for the Law & Crime Network . “With their extensive knowledge of the OTT industry and its technology, we could not have found a better partner to help us as we grow our network.”

Wurl operates a B2B network that interconnects video producers, video services and advertisers. As more and more video producers move their content to streaming platforms, Wurl acts as the middleman to facilitate the transition and guarantee proper on-boarding and delivery.

“When diving into a new platform, there are bound to be speed bumps and technical challenges, and throughout it all, we have been particularly appreciative of Wurl’s open communication and transparency, especially during the QA process,” Alex Kopacz, head of content distribution and licensing for Law & Crime.

Sean Doherty, CEO of Wurl, added: “OTT is the wild west of TV and we view it as our job to help our customers easily get where they need to go and, most importantly, help them monetise their content effectively. Law & Crime has a passionate viewership base who depends on them to bring common sense analysis to an otherwise crowded and confusing world of law – and we view ourselves as doing the same for our customers, in this expanding and complicated world of OTT.”