Dailymotion advances its paid content service OpenVoD, powered by Cleeng

Dailymotion advances its paid content service OpenVoD, powered by Cleeng

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New Dailymotion‘s partners can now sell their content via OpenVoD, the video platform announced today. The paid service is powered by content monetization startup Cleeng, and lets online viewers buy TV episodes and live shows in a few clicks. According to Dailymotion, it first launched OpenVoD in France at the end of...
Dailymotion advances its paid content service OpenVoD, powered by Cleeng
                                       

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