LONDON — California-based video services provider Vubiquity has acquired FilmFlex Movies, which was set up as a joint venture between Sony and Disney to provide VOD services to U.K. consumers…
FilmFlex Movies, the British video-on-demand joint venture of Sony Pictures Television and The Walt Disney Co., has been acquired by digital-video services firm Vubiquity. Terms of the deal were not…
LONDON -- U.K. digital communications company EE is set to launch a multi-platform film service powered by leading European movies-on-demand provider FilmFlex.
U.K. arthouse exhib-distrib Curzon Artificial Eye and pay TV company BSkyB have pacted to simultaneously release Ken Loach's "Route Irish."
Brit pubcaster Channel 4 has joined forces with VOD service FilmFlex, the IPTV joint venture between Sony and Disney, to launch an online on-demand service for Film4.
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